Dolphin and Love
Yunus Emre, one of the most important representatives of Sufi poetry, is also a scholar and folk poet. The sufi Yunus Emre, who was born in 1240 and is rumored to have died around 1320, spent his life in Anatolia. Yunus Emre, who served in the Hacı Bektaş-i Veli lodge, counted the people equally regardless of the noble, strange, rich, poor, and religion.
Yunus Emre, who reveals the Turkish language with its simplicity and beauty, is an exemplary person who has turned love into a philosophy. Yunus Emre is a heartfelt man who has made great contributions to Turkish culture and civilization with his verses that have been transmitted from language to language by the Turkish nation for about 700 years, which have been spoken to folk songs and hymns, and sometimes like proverbs.
Yunus Emre, who is well known and well-known for the concepts of Human / Heart / Love, does not fit into the filter of reason and logic. Such concepts do not live in mind, they are formed in the hearts. They live there. He is one of the sultans of hearts who live in such hearts in Yunus Emre. A person has a bright heart and a love that burns in his heart. Therefore, Yunus Emre sees "love" as the greatest virtue in the human heart. Without love, there is no knowledge, no good servant, nor a tolerance for his environment.
Love is a unifying and integrating tendency in human beings. The requirement of love is to attain the immortal to the supreme God, to reach integrity in his presence. Because God is identical with man, he loves God who loves himself, God who loves himself. Because love is to find yourself in someone else, in yourself. Where there is no love, negative situations such as anger, resentment, dissolution and disconnection occur.
Only a person knows the value of love, and loving is a matter of wisdom and maturity. In a heart that is not enlightened enough, deprived of the light of God, love has no place. It is love that connects all types of beings and leads them to the divine universe. Since love is not a means of profit, the lover does not expect a response A friendly person is a true lover (lover). Friend is God in another sense, it is the substance that shines in one's heart.
In Yunus Emre's poetry, four important problems such as language, thought, emotion and creativity are exhibited in terms of literary history. These problems are handled in an integrity of views and beliefs and focused on the human subject. Topics covered in poetry are concepts that generally concern real life, such as human, God, Unity of Being, love, joy of life, peace, universe, death, competence, maturity, humility, virtue, and openness. He displayed these concepts as fundamental elements in the integrity of his poetry.
People who have simple feelings such as goodness, knowledge, wisdom, grant, self-sacrifice, love and compassion in their understanding of life will rise spiritually and lead a happy life.
Let's make it easy.
Let's love, be loved,
The world is left to nobody.
Knowledge is knowing science,
Knowledge is knowing yourself.
You don't know yourself,
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