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Ne gzel sylemi Necip Fazl

Ne gzel sylemi Necip Fazl "Yaprak sklmt aatan, Bahaneydi sonbahar!." Her kuru yaprak bana bu dizeleri hatrlatr... Dalp gidersin kuru yaprakta biraz hzn, biraz huzur.. Bu karmak duygular iinde bizim cimcimenin akn hallerini izlemek ise mutluluk sebebiydi. Ne yapacan arm halde ard arkas kesilmeyen sorular eliinde Sonbahar yrymz tamamladk. "Yine yapyaklayn zeyinde yyyelim anne" #sonbahar #sonbaharnrenkleri #sonbaharaveda #hzn #huzur #evlat #nfk #gnnkaresi #gndenkalanlar #anyakala #fotoraf #fotografia #fotorafheryerde #benimkadrajm #hayatakarken #miskokulumutfak

 y Geceler Olsun Canlar.

y Geceler Olsun Canlar. _______________________ Paylam hakknda yorum yaparak bize destek olabilirsiniz. Yorumlarnz bizim iin ok nemli. _____________ Daha fazlas iin takip edebilirsiniz. @Siyah.Sozlerim @Siyah.Sozlerim @Siyah.Sozlerim @Siyah.Sozlerim @Siyah.Sozlerim @Siyah.Sozlerim ____________________ #huzur#saygi#tbt#followme#antalya#cemalsureyya#kadn#mutluluk#kitap#gece#ankara#izmir#adam#edebiyat#yazar#siir#siyah#hzn#love#ask#kadn#sevgi#polis#takip#istanbul#ak#kitap#yazar#takip#turkey#takipet#gitar#sevgi#follow

Amiin.
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Amiin. __________________________________________ Yorumlarnz iin teekkrler sevgili @siyaahadam ailem. Sevgili arkadalar (.) veya () dahi olsa yorumlarnz ok nemli sayfamzn bymesi ve ilerlemesi iin..Sayglar ve Sevgiler.. ___________________________________________ Beenerek , yorum yaparak ve arkadalarnz etiketleyerek sayfama destek olabilirsiniz. (Destek sizden kalplere dokunmak yazmak benden.) . Daha fazlas iin; @siyaahadam @siyaahadam @siyaahadam @siyaahadam . #sozlerim #soz #guzelsozler #sevgi #iir #siir #cute #izmir #bodrum #ask #gununsozu #istanbul #mutluluk #kalbedarbe #hzn #love #gnaydn #beatiful #edebiyat #yazmak #sevmek #followme #huzur #kitap #kalem #ilgincsozler #zlem #tbt #iir #iirsokakta #dnya

Ben bir tek sana inanmlma

Ben bir tek sana inanmlma verirken yanlmlm, beni yanltmam olmana balyorum hznm... Gle gle kullan, gzm kalsa da ardmda , gzn kalmasn ardnda! "Gidenin ardndan alamak bize yakmaz" Ben imdi bende braktn yara kadar yolun ak olsun desem... Haberin yok senin, btn yollar kapanacak sana. te srf yzden! anlar msn bilmem... Herkese kp ta bir bana kmayan yollarn... Ak olsun... "Gidenin yolu ak olsun" ... ... ... @elifkucuksazak @elifkucuksazak #iir #iirduvarda #iirsokakta #iirheryerde #iyigeceler #geceyebirszbrak #geceye #gnnsz #gununkaresi #foto #istanbul #huzur #sanat #sabr #dua #masamdannotlar #edebiyat #ak #hzn #gulumseaska

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The constellation of Ursa Major has been seen as a bear, usually a female bear, by many distinct civilizations. This may stem from a common oral tradition stretching back more than 13,000 years. Using statistical and phylogenetic tools, Julien d'Huy reconstructs the following Palaeolithic state of the story: "There is an animal that is a horned herbivore, especially an elk. One human pursues this ungulate. The hunt locates or get to the sky. The animal is alive when it is transformed into a constellation. It forms the Big Dipper". In Burmese, Pucwan Tr (pronounced "bazun taja") is the name of a constellation comprising stars from the head and forelegs of Ursa Major; pucwan is a general term for a crustacean, such as prawn, shrimp, crab, lobster, etc. In Roman mythology, Jupiter (the king of the gods) lusts after a young woman named Callisto, a nymph of Diana. Juno, Jupiter's jealous wife, discovers that Callisto has a son named Arcas, and believes it is by Jupiter. Juno then transforms the beautiful Callisto into a bear so she no longer attracts Jupiter. Callisto, while in bear form, later encounters her son Arcas. Arcas almost shoots the bear, but to avert the tragedy, Jupiter turns Arcas into a bear too and puts them both in the sky, forming Ursa Major and Ursa Minor. Callisto is Ursa Major and her son, Arcas, is Ursa Minor. In ancient times the name of the constellation was Helike, ("turning"), because it turns around the Pole. In Book Two of Lucan it is called Parrhasian Helice, since Callisto came from Parrhasia in Arcadia, where the story is set. The Odyssey notes that it is the sole constellation that never sinks below the horizon and "bathes in the Ocean's waves", so it is used as a celestial reference point for navigation. It is also referred to as the "Wain". One of the few star groups mentioned in the Bible (Job 9:9; 38:32; Orion and the Pleiades being others), Ursa Major was also pictured as a bear by the Jewish peoples. ("The Bear" was translated as "Arcturus" in the Vulgate and it persisted in the KJV.) In Finnish language, the asterism is sometimes called with its old Finnish name, Otava. The meaning of the name has been almost forgotten in Modern Finnish; it means a salmon weir. Ancient Finns believed the bear (Ursus arctos) was lowered to earth in a golden basket off the Ursa Major, and when a bear was killed, its head was positioned on a tree to allow the bear's spirit to return to Ursa Major. The Iroquois Native Americans interpreted Alioth, Mizar, and Alkaid as three hunters pursuing the Great Bear. According to one version of their myth, the first hunter (Alioth) is carrying a bow and arrow to strike down the bear. The second hunter (Mizar) carries a large pot the star Alcor on his shoulder in which to cook the bear while the third hunter (Alkaid) hauls a pile of firewood to light a fire beneath the pot. The Wampanoag people (Algonquian) Native Americans referred to Ursa Major as "maske", meaning "bear" according to Thomas Morton in The New England Canaan. The Wasco-Wishram Native Americans interpreted the constellation as 5 wolves and 2 bears that were left in the sky by Coyote (mythology). In Hinduism, Ursa Major is known as Saptarshi, each of the stars representing one of the Saptarshis or Seven Sages viz. Bhrigu, Atri, Angirasa, Vasishta, Pulastya, Pulalaha and Kratu. The fact that the two front stars of the constellations point to the pole star is explained as the boon given to the boy sage Dhruva by Lord Vishnu. In Javanese, as known as "Bintang Kartika". This name comes from Sanskrit which refers "krttik" the same star cluster. In ancient Javanese this brightest seven stars are known as Lintang Wuluh, literally means "seven stars". This star cluster is so popular because its emergence into the sky signals the time marker for planting. In South Korea, the constellation is referred to as "the seven stars of the north". In the related myth, a widow with seven sons found comfort with a widower, but to get to his house required crossing a stream. The seven sons, sympathetic to their mother, placed stepping stones in the river. Their mother, not knowing who put the stones in place, blessed them and, when they died, they became the constellation. In Shinto, the 7 largest stars of Ursa Major belong to Amenominakanushi, the oldest and most powerful of all kami. In China and Japan, the Big Dipper is called the "North Dipper" (Chinese: bidu, Japanese: hokuto), and in ancient times, each one of the seven stars had a specific name, often coming themselves from ancient China: "Pivot" (C: sh J: s) is for Dubhe (Alpha Ursae Majoris) "Beautiful jade" (C: xun J: sen) is for Merak (Beta Ursae Majoris) "Pearl" (C: j J: ki) is for Phecda (Gamma Ursae Majoris) "Authority" (C: qun J: ken) is for Megrez (Delta Ursae Majoris) "Measuring rod of jade" (C: yhng J: gyokk) is for Alioth (Epsilon Ursae Majoris) "Opening of the Yang" (C: kiyng J: kaiy) is for Mizar (Zeta Ursae Majoris) Alkaid (Eta Ursae Majoris) has several nicknames: "Sword" (C: jin J: ken) (short form from "End of the sword" (C: jin xin J: ken saki)), "Flickering light" (C: yogung J: yk), or again "Star of military defeat" (C: pjn xng J: hagun sei), because travel in the direction of this star was regarded as bad luck for an army. In Theosophy, it is believed the Seven Stars of the Pleiades focus the spiritual energy of the Seven Rays from the Galactic Logos to the Seven Stars of the Great Bear, then to Sirius, then to the Sun, then to the god of Earth (Sanat Kumara), and finally through the seven Masters of the Seven Rays to the human race. The Lakota people call the constellation Wihkhiyuhapi, or "Great Bear"."

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