Tarik Gunersel quotes

Tarık Günersel (27 June 1953 in Istanbul, Turkey) is a Turkish aphorist, poet, playwright, and translator.

  • Life is words in action, literature is action in words.
  • Enter Love, exit Theory of Love.
  • Is sincerity a virtue by itself? A serial killer has also acted sincerely.
  • The art of dying is part of the art of living.
  • Sociology: A branch of primatology.
  • If only procrastination could be postponed!
  • One who doesn’t know law thinks one lives in a jungle. One who knows law knows one lives in a jungle.
  • Alexandre the Great was unable to untie the Gordion Knot. He simply cut it.
  • You summarise your struggle for 20 years in 20 minutes and your child will remember 2 sentences, which is good.
  • If life were enough for vitality, there would be no art.
  • I am finally ready for the world. I hope it’s ready for me.
  • An apprentice is a master in dreams. A master is an apprentice even in dreams.