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Don’t lose yourself trying to keep someone. The right person will pull the best out of you. They will challenge you in healthy ways. The wrong person will make you question your worth. Don’t chase, work on becoming the best you and wait for the right thing, not a good thing. . . #relationshipgoals #relationships #motivationalspeaker #igmotivation #goalchrusher #faith #wisdom #god #jesus #writer #poet #blackgirlmagic #blackfitness #fitness #singlemother #dontquit #spiritual #celibacy #abstinence #purity #grateful #livewell
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This is so true 💘⠀⠀ (cr: @penthethoughts )
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Thought it would be a rad choice to end the night with something a little less proggy and psychedelic, but at the same time introducing you one of origins of this rich Anatolian folk music scene that everyone is talking about today. Meet “Aşık” Veysel (Veysel, the minstrel) the torchbearer of bard culture and Turkish folk poetry that still continues to inspire so many aspiring young musicians to this day. His influence on Turkish music manifested itself in the 1970s when a re-imagined Anatolian folk music genre (in other words, “Turkish psych”) came into existence, comprising a re-interpretation of folk tunes with Western beats by musicians that some of you know very closely I bet. Many quoted or sometimes was inspired by his songs and poems. In fact, Fikret Kızılok, one of the most important folk singers of the 1970s, was largely inspired by Aşık Veysel and was known be mentored by him . In spite of his inability to SEE, he never ceased to cut his ties with the world, and managed to make music and write poems that captured the essence of love, life, death, happiness, melancholy, as well as touching on other subjects such as racism, nature, labor, and patriotism. Doing all this with his bağlama (a lute-like stringed instrument), he became an influential minstrel of the 20th century. Enjoy the same clips. #turkey #anatolia #folkmusic #minstrel #asikveysel #poet #anadolu #worldmusic #traditional
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