(PDF FREE) [The Book of Mirdad: The Strange Story of a Monastery Which Was Once Called the Ark] ↠ Mikhail Naimy

The Book of Mirdad: The Strange Story of a Monastery Which Was Once Called the ArkEntertaining fashion A masterpiece Wow I feel blessed that this book arrived in my Tressed to Kill (Southern Beauty Shop, life I originally heard about it when I came across the great mystic Osho saying that this was the greatest book ever written It was hard for me to even fathom the height of that endorsement and I had to get it immediately so great was my intrigueWell it has not in theeast disappointed uite the opposite The book is deeply touching This is one of those books that if you only had one to ive by for the if you only had one to ive by for the of your ife this could easily be it It would absolutely have to be in considerationIts depth of insight About Life The Human Condition life the human condition what Love and Truth actually are in the deepest sense feel ike they come directly from the source of all Wisdom itselfPS It is hard for me to even imagine that Naimy and Gibran were contemporaries and friends How amazing must those shared moments have been Agree with what others have said about the Forward being corrupted from the original However as far as I can tell the rest of the text correctly matches the original This book is a jewel which has somehow managed to come down from the skies to reach us There are no words to describe the transformation and perspectives you would gain through this book I don t know how many times I ve read it but every time I pick it up it s The Dancer Who Flew: A Memoir of Rudolf Nureyev like words pouring straight from the heavens above just for me to tell me just what I need to know in that moment This is an unparalleled work and there definitely seems to be a mysterious mystical hand in this piece of art I tell you it is noess than that Absolute truth and clarity Full of ight deep insight and incredible ove and enlightening thank yo. Kind to prepare for another deluge greater than Noah's when Heaven will be revealed on Earth Includes a new foreword by Andrew Harvey author of the bestselling A Journey in Ladakh and several other seminal works of spirituali. Shelve Each time that I read it I found that there was so much that I Missed The First Time Around This missed the first time around This a found that there was so much that I missed the first time around This book a valuable gem to have But be ready for it Highly second that This book is phenomenal I continue to check in with it and I am constantly receiving new insights and Guidance from it Very compelling and well written story Absolutely brilliant how Mikha il Na ima weaved so much spiritual Wisdom in such a short story Highly recommend this book Absolutely extraordinary spiritual scripture I have read everything thousands of mystical books This is now one of my top ten Poetic genuine transmission of highest truth I must say that this work surprised me with its depth and continuity No dull chapters no shift in discourse or message Plain and simple allegory on iving a ife of purpose from the depths of one s heart and soul A total thumbs up from me Thank you Mikha il for your skill in writing and thank you to my friend Aaed for sharing this wonderful tome with me Anyone who is considering purchasing this book will most ikely already have taken the first essential steps upon the inward journey of spiritual awakeningI am sure then they will be ready and euipped to understand and appreciate the textThe Book Of Mirdad is exuisitely writtenA most poetic read I found it completely enchanting from beginning to end and did not want to put it downI totally agree with other critiues in that it should be read slowly as to digest it thoroughly and it can be re read many times almost to the point of reference A truly beautiful book I have read many books on spirituality in my time but never have I come across such a The Gingerbread Man and the Leprechaun Loose at School lucid description of the Truth in such. Of dialogues with his disciples Mirdad offersessons on themes such as ove obedience borrowing and ending repentance old age and the cycle of ife and death Reissued for a new generation this prophetic work calls on human. I m so grateful to The Friend Who Recently Told friend who recently told about this precious ittle book I was familiar with the author as we are taught his Arabic poetry in school in Lebanon but had never heard of this book of his which he apparently wrote in English Mikhail Naimy was a close friend of Khalil Gibran s and it is clear judging by the atter s book The Prophet which was also written in English that they traveled a similar spiritual path The Book of Mirdad s depth of primordial universal insights is matched by that they traveled a similar spiritual path The Book of Mirdad s depth of primordial universal insights is matched by simplicity of its attractive story ine I can say without exaggeration that it is one of the most important books I have ever read and one that will join a very short ist of others that I keep permanently accessible on my bedside table The new forward draws fantastic and misguided conclusions as well as some glaring mis interpretation of Mirdad Therefore it is unshareable I ve read mirdad 20 times in 20 years this new forward is so off base it diminishes the entire book for new readers with ignorant conjectures This is one of the most beautiful and insightful spiritual books I have read and I ve read a ot of them An absolute must for any ibrary this book takes the best tenets of the great teachings from all the An absolute must for any ibrary this book takes the best tenets of the great teachings from all the religions including Christianity and ties them all together into a beautiful allegory that makes it easy to understand and better yet to integrate into one s daily ife There are many essons to be earned within these pages and it is wondrously written Highly recommended reading This is the best book that I have ever read its easy to understand and short I finished it in one sitting but its not a book that you read and put on the. Mikhail Naimy's timeless classic an allegory often compared to the works of his friend Khalil Gibran presents the teachings of Mirdad abbott of a monastery that stands where Noah's Ark came to rest after the Flood In a series.