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The Book of Mirdad

“The Book of Mirdad” is a spiritual classic written by Lebanese author Mikhail Naimy. It was first published in 1948 and has since become a revered text for those interested in mysticism, spirituality, and philosophy.

The book is structured as a series of dialogues and conversations between the characters, primarily between Mirdad, the wise and enigmatic central figure, and various visitors who come seeking wisdom.

“The Book of Mirdad” has been influential in spiritual and philosophical circles, particularly in the Middle East and among those interested in Eastern mysticism and Sufi philosophy. It has been translated into numerous languages and continues to inspire readers around the world.

The main character, Mirdad, is a wise and mysterious figure who serves as a spiritual guide to those who seek him out. Other characters include visitors to the monastery who come seeking answers to life’s mysteries.

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