Prophet of the New Millennium

Prophet of the New Millennium

inspired by Kahlil Gibran this book complements Gibran's classic book The Prophet.


Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet is now considered a classic. For many of its enormous, worldwide readership it is an ethical atlas. The Prophet of the New Millennium is not an alternative to Gibran's book, it is a complement to it. Today's world is very different to Gibran's. The political atlas has had to be modified frequently. The Prophet of the New Millennium provides the ethical equivalent.

Our world today is one of enormous problems - and equally enormous cynicism. It is one in which it becomes ever harder to separate information from disinformation, and where ethics seem to be the slaves of expedience. It is one desperate for state-of-the-art principles.

The Prophet of the New Millennium does not seek to define those principles. Not does it seek to provide any answers. It seeks rather to help readers find their own questions.

The Prophet of the New Millennium is designed to help them separate their own truth from fiction, and their own sanity from madness


This little book is a gem of wisdom of which our world is in great need. ~ Howard A Jones

Gregory Dark's The Prophet of the New Millenium addresses many subjects: God, prayer, the future, education, children, laughter, death, truth, anger, hypocrisy, tragedy, politics, business, love, romance, sex, morality, war, validation, freedom, crime and punishment, miracles, ambition, fame, sports, sickness and health... A century has passed since Khalil Gibran's widely-read The Prophet was written. Dark creates his own path, one very independent of his predecessor. It works, if you try. A little quiet will have you reading some of the most logical words. Words that will inspire you to ask yourself the questions that matter most. Thoughts that will open your mind, set apart successful goals from the poor choices that lead to failure. Words that will clarify doubt and end negativity. ~ , Lallouz International Magazine

Gregory Dark
Gregory Dark Gregory Dark was born in London on August 31st, 1950. His father, John, until his retirement was an English film producer; his mother, Eliza...

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