Nevit Ergin, MD



Nevit Ergin, MD: Some of us are born restless, misfits. Often not satisfied by the comfort of religion, science and philosophy, he lives the life as a homeless home cat. I am one of those restless ones, a misfit who became prey to Mevlana fifty years ago. I found this world in 1928. I have been trying to get rid of it since then, before it gets rid of me.  If death didn’t come to humans, we would be reasonably happy following the voice of reason (a most trustworthy guide in our life). But death comes sooner or late, making everything obsolete. Thats why i have been walking on a different path than myself. TOPIC: Poems from Rumi

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