The indulgence in mediocre antics is far too exhausting. Sooner or later we all crave peace. Trying to live in pursuit of fulfilling short-lived satisfactions will lead to nothing but disappointments. It's time to go past that idea.
It's time to live and not try to live.
It's time to enjoy and not try to enjoy.
And as far as we keep believing that we need an escape, we'll always try to look for an escape and that cycle keeps going on and on and on.
So hit that ESC button for once and move on... To better things in life.
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Fiction gives life to places in expressive ways that no history book can begin to suggest.
🇦🇿Muhammad Amin Rasulzadeh (Azerbaijani: Məhəmməd Əmin Rəsulzadə Azerbaijani pronunciation: [mæˈmæd æˈmin ɾæsulzɑːˈdæ], Turkish: Mehmet Emin Resulzade; 31 January 1884 – 6 March 1955) was an Azerbaijanistatesman, scholar, public figure and the first and only president of the Democratic Republic of Azerbaijan (1918–1920). His expression "Bir kərə yüksələn bayraq, bir daha enməz!"("The flag once raised will never fall!") became the motto of the independence movement in Azerbaijan in the 20th century.🇷🇺Мамед Эмин Ахунд Гаджи Молла Алекпер оглы Расулзаде́ (азерб. Məhəmməd Əmin Axund Hacı Molla Ələkbər oğlu Rəsulzadə; 31 января 1884, село Новханы, Бакинская губерния, Российская империя — 6 марта1955, Анкара, Турция) — азербайджанскийгосударственный, политический и общественный деятель , журналист и драматург, председатель Национального Совета Азербайджана в 1918 году. Его высказывание "Bir kərə yüksələn bayraq bir daha enməz!" ("Единожды вознесенному знамени вовек не пасть!") стало лозунгом национального движения в Азербайджане в ХХ веке. Глава азербайджанского представительства в Германии. #azerbaijan#aztagram#aztagrampeople#literature#old#flag#баку#ссср#литература#baku#instabaku#instaaz#bakutagram#tarix#tarih#president#respect#instagram#instagood#info#goodnight
So I finally decided that it is not an overly ambitious project to go threw the whole dictionary. And a new idea came out of that, let us pretend that this whole project might decide upon her future life. Let us pretend that this is the novel Sharezoor inspired by the dictionary. Sharezoor is about a young woman, for they must always be young, and they must always be beautiful, but not in a conventional way of course. This is after all a literary novel about a suicidal young woman.
This young woman liked words, and books, and, reading, and she always thought that she should be a writer, she tried writing a novel but somehow she just did not know what to write about. She reminded of Sumire in Murakami's Sputnik Sweetheart. Her name was Shew, which is Kurdish for Night. Night was not interested in the narratives of this world. She had nothing to complain about, but there was something inside her that broken, and she wanted to go, go to that other place, where that thing in her heart might not be broken anymore.
One day she decides to end it all but before that day comes, she promises her self to read the entire dictionary, and if by the time she reaches the end, she still feels the same. Then she cannot go on living. So what will happen to our young heroine? Will she live or will she die? This is a modern day Sharazad, but this Sharazad is not threatened by anyone but her self. 🌹🌙
. She reads the dictionary by night. .