Life is all about ambition and I finally figured out the key to happiness.

In my modest opinion, when you ask something madly in life that’s where your exam starts with it. It might includes some mental violence and odd feelings you would not normally consider. Yet life always refresh us. I don’t think it tells you to give up but it tries to heal you instead. It has … More Life is all about ambition and I finally figured out the key to happiness.

Tough Talk

When I was at the Istanbul airport in June I saw Scarlett Johanson’s picture on the wall and it was saying “I am strong, I am free but I still need love.” For me I am quite talented to make wrong choices and end up breaking down, so I took it too way personal. I think … More Tough Talk

Memories (Paris) 2

Ok so this is the second time I’m visiting Sheakspeare & Co bookshop in Paris. With the same feelings, same joy and same excitement. This time I left another note and hopefully next time I will leave another one too. This bookshop has been particularly a special place for me since I’ve watched Before Sunset’s … More Memories (Paris) 2

Turkey approves constitutional amendment

The vote to approve amendments to the Turkish constitution means that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s executive authority will be formalised and consolidated. What happens next? Expect increased human security concerns within Turkey’s borders, a recalibration of Turkey’s relationship with the EU, and a strengthened narrative to knuckle down on Kurdish insurgency. The referendum campaign was … More Turkey approves constitutional amendment

Why Read the Classics?

“A classic is a work which constantly generates a pulviscular cloud of critical discourse around it, but which always shakes the particles off.” Italo Calvino (15 October 1923 – 19 September 1985) was an Italian journalist and writer of short stories and novels. His best known works include the Our Ancestors trilogy (1952–1959), the Cosmicomics collection … More Why Read the Classics?