Khalil Gibran (1883–1931) was a Lebanese-American poet, writer, and artist. Known for his timeless works, such as "The Prophet," he is regarded as a literary and philosophical genius. Gibran's writings encapsulate deep insights into love, life, and spirituality, touching the hearts of millions globally. His evocative words explore universal themes, offering wisdom and solace. A master of prose and poetry, Gibran's artistry beautifully merges Eastern and Western influences, creating a unique fusion. His legacy continues to inspire, enlighten, and guide individuals on their personal journeys towards self-discovery and inner peace.