Tag: issue 4
Although Turkey ranks as one of the most visited countries on earth with 27 million visitors in 2010, in general, people still confuse Turkey in its location, language, race and culture.
Kaş is a lovely small town, an exceptional part of the Mediterranean where a unique tranquility of nature meets the sea, and where numerous events happen simultaneously.
Cypriot author, poet and basketball player, Orkun Bozkurt, gives an inspiring true account of his life story, in his own words.
In the first part of our article, we learned who this 'spiritual woman' was. Now let’s explore how you can meet such a woman.
This is the story of a woman saying goodbye to her weights and making peace with her body who tried out all types of diets but could not achieve to have a stable weight before.
Fifteen years ago, I was in my early twenties. My ideas about life and existence were so sound, clear and stable that I wondered about the direction of the remainder of my life.
I get messages all the time from people who want to change some things in their lives and say 'I don’t know where to start?'
Everything has its correct timing, and whatever you do or how much you know about the process does not change the moment of existence of anything.
Do not bother to read this article if you are among the people who would rather indulge in negative actions and thoughts that make them go round in circles than to make progress through hard work, or if you are a putterer or cast down everyone.
Consider that unsatisfied needs are like productive lands not watered for a long time. If you water the soil enough, its hidden abundance will reveal itself. So, let’s begin!
“The girl you are going to marry will come to you upon reading your book… It looks like she is a graduate in International Relations… As for her name…. let me see… Maria? No…Not really! But you are going to marry a Turkish girl with a foreign name…”
We may be creating traumatic events and diseases via our negative thoughts that we produce unconsciously. We weaken our bodies and damage ourselves. But how can we change that?