Aristo ve Dante'yi okurken gözümde Even ve İsak canlandı tatlı bir anıydı geçekten keyif aldım.

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24 Nis 23:15

Madame Defarge was used to fighting in the streets and was strong, but there was one thing she didn't knew. Nothing can be stronger than love, even hate.

A Tale Of Two Cities, Charles DickensA Tale Of Two Cities, Charles Dickens
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24 Nis 10:15

Of the Nine
'Nine he gave to Mortal Men, proud and great, and so ensnared them. Long ago they fell under the dominion of the One, and they became Ringwraiths, shadows under his great Shadow, his most terrible servants. Long ago. It is many a year since the Nine walked abroad. Yet who knows? As the Shadow grows once more, they too may walk again. But come! We will not speak of such things even in the morning of the Shire.'

Yüzüklerin Efendisi, J. R. R. Tolkien (Sayfa 98 - HarperCollins Illustrated Edition)Yüzüklerin Efendisi, J. R. R. Tolkien (Sayfa 98 - HarperCollins Illustrated Edition)

"The new practice of lordship was basically a product of the Carolingian world, but it also spread to England, Germany, and central Europe, and in modified form to Italy. Fief-holding came to be characterized by a set of practices worked out in the course of the tenth century, although they became more prominent after 1000. These practices included a series of mutual obligations of lord toward vassal and vassal toward lord, but it is crucial to remember that such obligations varied considerably from place to place and even from fief to fief. As usual, practice almost always diverged from theory."

Jackson J. Spielvogel, Western Civilization

"The Viking raids and settlements also had important political repercussions. The inability of royal authorities to protect their peoples against these incursions caused local populations to turn instead to the local aristocrats to provide security for them. In the process, the landed aristocrats not only increased their strength and prestige but also assumed even more of the functions of local government that had previously belonged to the kings; over time these developments led to a new political and military order."

Jackson J. Spielvogel, Western Civilization

"To stabilize marriages, the church also began to emphasize monogamy and permanence. A Frankish church council in 789 stipulated that marriage was an 'indissoluble sacrament' and condemned the practice of concubinage and easy divorce; during the reign of Emperor Louis the Pious (814--840), the church finally established the right to prohibit divorce. Now a man who married was expected to remain with his wife 'even though she were sterile, deformed, old, dirty, drunken, a frequenter of bad company, lascivious, vain, greedy, unfaithful, quarrelsome, abusive... or when that man was free, he freely engaged himself.'4 This was not easily accepted, since monogamy and indissoluble marriages were viewed as obstacles to the well-established practice of concubinage. Not until the thirteenth century was divorce largely stamped out among both the common people and the nobility."

Jackson J. Spielvogel, Western Civilization

"Since marriage affected the extended family group, fathers or uncles could arrange marriages for the good of the family without considering their children’s wishes. Most important was the engagement ceremony in which a prospective son-in-law made a payment symbolizing the purchase of paternal authority over the bride. The essential feature of the marriage itself involved placing the married couple in bed to achieve their physical union. In first marriages, it was considered important that the wife be a virgin so as to ensure that any children would be the husband’s. A virgin symbolized the ability of the bloodline to continue. For this reason, adultery was viewed as pollution of the woman and her offspring, poisoning the future. Adulterous wives were severely punished (an adulterous woman could be strangled or even burned alive); adulterous husbands were not. Divorce was relatively simple and was initiated primarily by the husband. Divorced wives simply returned to their families."

"For most women in the new Germanic kingdoms, their legal status reflected the material conditions of their lives. Archaeological evidence suggests that most women had life expectancies of only thirty or forty years and that about 10 to 15 percent of women died in their childbearing years, no doubt due to complications associated with childbirth. For most women, life consisted of domestic labor: providing food and clothing for the household, caring for the children, and assisting with numerous farming chores. Of all the duties of women, the most important was childbearing, because it was crucial to the maintenance of the family and its properties."

Jackson J. Spielvogel, Western Civilization

John Clare
like vapours tossed
Into the nothingness of scorn and noise,
Into the living sea of waking dreams,
Where there is neither sense of life or joys,
But the vast shipwreck of my life’s esteems;
Even the dearest that I loved the best
Are strange—nay, rather, stranger than the rest.
I long for scenes where man hath never trod
A place where woman never smiled or wept
There to abide with my Creator, God,
And sleep as I in childhood sweetly slept,
Untroubling and untroubled where I lie
The grass below—above the vaulted sky.

Bugün iyileşmenin adımlarını görmeye başladım, ya da süperenfeksiyon mu demeliyim buna bilmiyorum. Ya istiklal ya ölüm diyor uçurduğum üflemeli bitkinin çiçeği. İlginç geliyor biliyorum. Bana tamamen normal geliyor. Bugün kafamda birçok şey vardı evet. Biraz da durgundum sanki.

I have to confess everything about my fears if I want to get rid of all. Sad story, I have noone which won't judge me. It's really sad because when you have something in your chest and you just cannot run away from it, your life becomes a soft-jail.

We don't get another chance, life is no nintendo game, but you lied again.

Hear me cry.

I love the way you lie.

I loved your lies.

I loved. I did. But it passed, dear-for-a-while.

I love the way you lie about the monster under your bed. Zaten after that you smoked with all our memories.

Tell me how ugly I am. Even on the first page of our story. Even angels have...