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Adna glmsediim. Canm can

Adna glmsediim. Canm can yapan, mrme mr katan, her eye anlam veren, boluklar doldurup siyahlar renklendiren kocaman yrekli sevdiim. Akn en ktsn kabullenmitim ben, ak olsa yeterdi. Gzel hayallerim vard tabi ki, ama en ktsn yaamaya hazrdm. Demitim ya olmas gereken bir insan var diye, ite o kiinin iyi olmas, bu kadar esiz, huzurlu bir adam olacan sanmazdm. Sen ki o kiinin de tesindesin, sen benim hayatla aramdaki ince izgisin. Sanki yaayabilmem iin, nefes alabilmem, hissedebilmem iin ihtiyacm olan tek ey. Hayatmda anlatlamayacak kadar gzel olan tek kii, sahip olduum en yce eysin. Dncelerimi ykp yoluma hayallerimi dizen adam. Dizlerinde uyumaya taptm adam. Brakp gitme ki kaplar stme kapanmasn bir gn. Ellerini stnden hi ekmeyecek sevgilinin stnden ellerini, gzlerinden de gllerini hi alma mrm. Kocaman seviyorum seni, adna glmsediim @cihatsatici #ak#mutluluk#mr#tozpembe

@reisogluismail @reisoglu

@reisogluismail @reisogluismail @reisogluismail . ... . @1yazaradam 'in kaleminden dklen szler bazen duygularnz paralayacak kadar gaddar. Bazen ise krklklarnz toparlayacak kadar efkatli. hemen @1yazaradam 'i takip edin szlere gz atn. @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam ALTINDA SMM YAZAN HER SZ AHSIMA ATTR. #iirsokakta #iir #sz #edebiyat #hayat #sevda #akadair #hzmuhammed #hzmevlana #ismailreisoglu #ismailreisolu #reisoglu #binbirgece #yazarlarsokagi #yazar #felsefe #ak #adana #serzeni #allah #namaz #islam #bereket #mr #sevgi #1yazaradam #kalp #emek #kafiye #necipfazilkisakurek

@reisogluismail @reisoglu

@reisogluismail @reisogluismail @reisogluismail . ... . @1yazaradam 'in kaleminden dklen szler bazen duygularnz paralayacak kadar gaddar. Bazen ise krklklarnz toparlayacak kadar efkatli. hemen @1yazaradam 'i takip edin szlere gz atn. @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam @1yazaradam ALTINDA SMM YAZAN HER SZ AHSIMA ATTR. #iirsokakta #iir #sz #edebiyat #hayat #sevda #akadair #hzmuhammed #hzmevlana #ismailreisoglu #ismailreisolu #reisoglu #binbirgece #yazarlarsokagi #yazar #felsefe #ak #adana #serzeni #allah #namaz #islam #bereket #mr #sevgi #1yazaradam #kalp #emek #kafiye #necipfazilkisakurek

Uzun ve meakkatli ilim yo

Uzun ve meakkatli ilim yolunda ilerleyebilmenin, sabredebilmenin yolu; insann maneviyatn glendirmesiyle, i donanma sahip olmasyla dorudan alakaldr. Sabr konusunda birka hususa deinmekte yarar olduu kanaatindeyim. Sabr bu davann olmazsa olmaz az olduundan sadece ilim renirken deil, her daim gerekli olan bir haslettir. lim talebesi; kendi akranlar dnyevi makam ve mevkilere talip olurken, kendisinin yce makama -kul olma makamna- talip olduunu bilmelidir. Yine bakalar uyku, elence ve rahat bir hayat ile megulken, kendisinin ileyle, uykusuz gecelerle ve mcadeleyle yorulan bir hayata talip olduunu bilmelidir. Hangi Peygamber ile ekmedi, hangi daveti veya lim zorluklarla mcadele etmedi ki! Gnde krk defa Fatihada nimet verdiklerinin yoluna bizi ilet dediimiz nimet verilenler, (Peygamberler, sdklar, ehitler, veliler v.s.) bu nimete hangi etin mcadele ve imtihanlardan sonra kavutularsa, ite biz de bu yola talip olmakla o mcadeleye talibiz demi oluyoruz aslnda. . . . lim bir sanattr, her sanat ustaya muhtatr. bn-i Haldunun Mukaddimesinde bu konuyla ilgili u sz yer almaktadr: Usulnce ilmi limin azndan almayann, mkilt konusundaki yakni, zandan ibarettir. Yani limden birebir renilmeyen ilimde derinleme olmaz, zor meselelerde kesin bilgiye ve sonuca ulalamaz. Sadece zan olarak kalr. Sonu olarak unu syleyebiliriz ki, ilim renmede hoca faktr, talebenin istikrarl ve gayretli olmas olduka nemlidir. Zek ve kabiliyet elbette gereklidir ancak kararllk ve gayret yoksa talebe yolun sonuna ulaamayacaktr. . . Rabbim hakkyla ilim alp, hak yolda mrmz infak etmeyi nasip eylesin INSAALLAH... . . #ilim #amel #ihlas #takva #edep #talebe #hoca #mr #hayat #ahiret #idrak #gayret #kararlilik #istikrar

An extract on #mr

The modern plural form is Misters, although its usual formal abbreviation Messrs(.) derives from use of the French title messieurs in the 18th century. Messieurs is the plural of monsieur (originally mon sieur, "my lord"), formed by declining both of its constituent parts separately.

Historically, misterlike Sir or my lordwas applied only to those above one's own status in the peerage. This understanding is now obsolete, as it was gradually expanded as a mark of respect to those of equal status and then to all gentlemen. It is now used indiscriminately. In past centuries, Mr was used with a first name to distinguish among family members who might otherwise be confused in conversation: Mr Doe would be the eldest present; younger brothers or cousins were then referred to as Mr Richard Doe and Mr William Doe and so on. Such usage survived longer in family-owned business or when domestic workers were referring to adult male family members with the same surname: "Mr Robert and Mr Richard will be out this evening, but Mr Edward is dining in." Such usage today is rare in American culture but still quite common in others as a sign of respect when first names are being used, the last name is not known, or where English is not the mother tongue.

Mr is sometimes combined with certain titles (Mr President, Mr Speaker, Mr Justice, Mr Dean). The feminine equivalent is Madam. All of these except Mr Justice are used in direct address and without the name. In certain professional contexts in different regions, Mr has specific meanings; the following are some examples.

In the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and in some Commonwealth countries (such as South Africa, New Zealand and some states of Australia), many surgeons use the title Mr (or Miss, Ms, Mrs, as appropriate), rather than Dr (Doctor). Until the 19th century, earning a medical degree was not required to become a qualified surgeon. Hence, the modern practice of reverting from Dr to Mr after successfully completing qualifying exams in surgery (e.g., Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons) is a historical reference to the origins of surgery in the United Kingdom as non-medically qualified barber surgeons.

In the United States Military, warrant officers and chief warrant officers are addressed as Mister by senior commissioned officers. In the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard it is proper to use Mister to refer to commissioned officers below the rank of lieutenant commander, or to subordinate commissioned officers, though the use of Mister implies familiarity compared to the use of rank title for an unknown officer. In the British Armed Forces, a warrant officer is addressed as Sir by other ranks and non-commissioned officers; commissioned officers, particularly of junior rank, should address a warrant officer using his surname and the prefix Mister; for example, "Mr Smith", although often their rank or appointment is used, for example "Sergeant Major", "Regimental Sergeant Major", or "RSM". In the British Armed Forces a subaltern is often referred to by his surname and the prefix Mister by both other ranks and more senior commissioned officers, e.g., "Report to Mister Smithe-Jones at once" rather than "Report to 2nd Lieutenant Smithe-Jones at once".

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