Πέμπτη, 6 Δεκεμβρίου 2007

DOES IT WORTH?


My friends,

last night i heard that one of my friend from primary school had a car accident and lost his life. And this interview, which i had a few years ago with a famous writer, is dedicated to him. Just to show that everything turns out to be nothing but death!

D.C : Do you have any fatal illness?
B.B : Till this time, no.

D.C : Good, then, can you tell me a guarantee thing that will happen to all 6 billion people in the world?
B.B : Death!

D.C : Yes, really, death is the only inevitable thing that happens to all people. Birth also happened to all people. Ok then, if it is guarantee we will die, doesn't it mean that you have a fatal illness?
B.B : Yes, we can say so.

D.C : Ok. Do you know when you will die?
B.B : No.

D.C : Is it possible right now?
B.B : Yes, possible.

D.C : Tomorrow?
B.B : Yes.

D.C : 30 years later?
B.B : Why not!

D.C : Ok then. Do you have any idea about which will happen to you? For example, how do you know that you will arrive at home alive this evening?
And let's think opposite. When you arrive at home, is it guarantee that you will find your family alive at home?
B.B : No, it's not.

D.C : Can we know that our telephone will ring and someone will say that a member of your family has died.
B.B : Well...Can we change the topic?(i became sick and upset what we were talking about)

D.C : But we are talking about clean and spare reality. Let's go on a little more. If you knew previous night that a member of your family would die today, would you spend your time with him/her as same as you did that night?
B.B : No, it would be absolutely different.

D.C: Ok. Now i want you to lean your back and close your eyes and imagine that someone in your family will really die today. How would you spend your night with him/her yesterday?
Would you have the same communication? Would you talk with him/her about same things? Would these things cause high tension? Or would they be unimportant? What would you say him/her this morning when you were leaving home? Would you hesitate embracing him/her? Would you prefer embracing tightly or looking at the mirror for make up? Would you think that it's none of my business to say him/her " i love you"? Wouldn't you feel more intensive for him/her because he/she will die?
Now you can open your eyes. Don't you think all the arguments, fights we have with people are useless? Don't you think that there are always enough time to say sorry? Don't you think that we can create the opportunity to fix our mistakes?
B.B : I think yes...

Guys, i remember that i had finished this dialog in tears. "Carpe diem(live your moment)" became my favourite since then. Don't avoid to say your love to people!!! That's what everybody needs!

3 σχόλια:

Burcu είπε...

my friends, this is just a little part of my interview...and here, in the middle of the dialog, author (Dogan Cuceloglu) asks and i (Burcu Berkur) answer...

administrator είπε...

that s a real example to understand how important is for our favourite persons to show them our love any time they need it.

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