Kahlil Gibran Quote

He stood up and looked at me even as the seasons might look down upon the field, and He smiled. And He said again: "All men love you for themselves. I love you for yourself."
And then He walked away.
But no other man ever walked the way He walked. Was it a breath born in my garden that moved to the east? Or was it a storm that would shake all things to their foundations?
I knew not, but on that day the sunset of His eyes slew the dragon in me, and I became a woman, I became Miriam, Miriam of Mijdel.


Mary Magdalen: On Meeting Jesus For The First Time - Jesus, The Son of Man (1928)

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He stood up and looked at me even as the seasons might look down upon the field, and He smiled. And He said again: All men love you for themselves. I ...