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Khairul Norady Norady من عند Hampapura, Karnataka, الهند من عند Hampapura, Karnataka, الهند

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Khairul Norady Norady من عند Hampapura, Karnataka, الهند

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Have you ever had someone/something taking over all your thought and feelins and becoming an obsession so overpowering you feel capable of doing anything for it and that you have lost all your sanity? You don't have to answer that, coz I already know that everyone, at some point of their life, indeed have. I am not going to write a typical review of this book, because I will say the usual praise. I learned alot about Khazakh history and culture, and learned about the concept of the "zahir" which is supoosed to be in the Islamic tradition but which I have never heard of my whole life maybe because my sect is not mystical. I will here quote my favorite part, and then write a little about what it means to me (this is inspired by a certain Indonesian twin ;-) ): "The acomodador, or giving-up point: there is always an event in our lives that is responsible for us failing to progress: a trauma, a particularly bitter defeat, a disappointment in love, even a victory that we did not quite understand, can make cowards of us and prevent us from moving on" I never thought about this before reading it in this book, and it was such an eye opener. Because sitting there book in my hand, i remembered how many times i have faced an acomodador. Losing my parents and one of my best friends made me believe that I will always lose anyone I love, and so it's not worth it to love anyone. Constant rejection from sports teachers because I was a girl made me believe that I can never be good at sports (i still can't do anything right in any type of sport until today), my mom's not liking a drawing i worked very hard on made me believe that my art will never be good enough, and i still highly underestimate my work til this day. This is one of those books that is not designed to help you or make u more spirtually connected, etc...it is just a work of fiction, but regardless of that, it ddid, and it does, and i urge everyone to read it. Now, share with us an acomodador of your own...let's tell our histories to each other so we can leave them behind...