Mikhail Naimy, a contemporary of Kahlil Gibran, author of The Prophet, has woven legend, mysticism, philosophy and poetry into a powerful allegorical story that has touched the hearts of millions of readers.
This timeless allegorical tale presents the teachings of Mirdad, abbott of a monastery that stands where Noah’s Ark came to rest after the Flood.
In a series of dialogues with his disciples, Mirdad offers lessons on themes such as love, obedience, borrowing and lending, repentance, old age, and the cycle of life and death.
Reissued for a new generation, this prophetic work calls on humankind 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 spirituality.