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Elif Shafak

Black Milk

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    We fear that when we die we will cease to exist. But death is actually a birth. If we could only understand this we wouldn’t be scared of anything.”
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    Men marry because they are tired, women because they are curious.
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    Every name is a magic formula. The letters dance together, each with their own spin and charm, each an unknown as much as the other, and together they concoct the mystery that a name holds. Like sorcerers in the dark, adding letter upon letter, ingredient after ingredient, the language unit by which we are known puts a spell on us. There are names that help us soar high in the sky; there are names that weigh on our shoulders and slyly pull us down.
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    “Once upon a time, there was a dervish who spoke little. One day his horse ran away. When they heard the news, all the neighbors came to see him. ‘That is terrible,’ they remarked. The dervish said, ‘May be.’
    “The next day, they found the horse with a gorgeous stallion next to it. Everyone congratulated the dervish and said this was wonderful news. Again, he said only, ‘May be.’
    “A week later, while trying to ride the stallion, the dervish’s son fell off and broke his leg. The neighbors came to say how sorry they were. ‘How awful,’ they exclaimed in unison. The dervish replied, ‘May be.’
    “The next day, some state officials came to the village to draft young men to the war zone. All the boys had to go, except the dervish’s son, who lay in bed with a broken leg.”
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    waiting for its reader. One must read each day page by page.”
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    “You have to accept the universe as an open book that is waiting for its reader. One must read each day page by p
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    Stop running after the waves. Let the sea come to you.”
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    Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way
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    Dame Dervish sighs and tries again. “I want you to stop thinking. Stop examining, stop analyzing and start living the experience. Only then will you know how being a mother and being a writer can be balance
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    As Rumi said, the night contained the day. We could start our lives over, anytime and anywhere.
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    loneliness was an inseparable part of being human.
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    he Sufis believe that every human being is a mirror that reflects the universe at large. They say each of us is a walking microcosm.
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