mutlu vuslatlari olsun:
"shortly after finishing this book, my dear son marc, five years old, was taken from me. i dedicate all that is solid melts into air
to him. his life and death brings so many of its ideas and themes to home: the idea that those who are most happily at home in the modern world, as he was, may be the most vulnerable to the demons who haunt it: the idea that the daily routine of playgrounds and bicycles, of shopping and eating and cleaning up, of ordinary hugs and kisses, may be not only infinitely joyous and beautiful but also infinitely precarious and fragile; that it may take desperate and heroic struggles to sustain this life, and sometimes we lose. ıvan karamazov says that, more than anything else, the death of children makes him want to give back his ticket to the universe. but he does not give it back. he keeps on fighting and loving; he keeps on keeping on."