The merry voices of fishermen coming back from a hard day of being under the Sun for hours, was mixed with the voices of hundreds of people returning home in those huge boats called Vapur.
Everybody looked tired but happy, since their workday had finished and they were free to relax and forget about their problems for a while.
The coffee shops were full of men talking and laughing as if they were the happiest people on Earth. Everything looked in order everywhere you looked.
The Bosphorus Bridge was packed with cars going both directions, loaded with people wishing to get home as soon as possible so they could share a delicious meal with their loved ones. Continue reading →
I was listening to a friend who vehemently expressed his ideas on politics. A group of people around him listened to his view with interest, but some of them did not agree with his ideas and they began to refute his points.
The whole thing became a mess while I sat there watching the theory of chaos developing right in front of my eyes.
The group then got divided in two sections (maybe more), one defending my friend’s opinions and the other aggressively attacking them.
I decided to keep my opinions to myself and remained in silence watching the furious debate and enjoying a cup of tea. Continue reading →