122 "Orhan Pamuk" Quotes And Sayings

Orhan Pamuk is a Turkish novelist, short story writer, and essayist. His work has been translated into thirty-nine languages. In 2006, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Pamuk is a member of the Committee for the Nobel Peace Prize from 2009 to 2011.

Happiness is holding someone in your arms and knowing you...
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Happiness is holding someone in your arms and knowing you hold the whole world. Orhan Pamuk
Tell me then, does love make one a fool or...
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Tell me then, does love make one a fool or do only fools fall in love? Orhan Pamuk
Real museums are places where Time is transformed into Space.
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Real museums are places where Time is transformed into Space. Orhan Pamuk
After all, a woman who doesn't love cats is never...
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After all, a woman who doesn't love cats is never going to be make a man happy. Orhan Pamuk
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In fact no one recognizes the happiest moment of their lives as they are living it. It may well be that, in a moment of joy, one might sincerely believe that they are living that golden instant "now, " even having lived such a moment before, but whatever they say, in one part of their hearts they still believe in the certainty of a happier moment to come. Because how could anyone, and particularly anyone who is still young, carry on with the belief that everything could only get worse: If a person is happy enough to think he has reached the happiest moment of his life, he will be hopeful enough to believe his future will be just as beautiful, more so. Orhan Pamuk
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Any intelligent person knows that life is a beautiful thing and that the purpose of life is to be happy, " said my father as he watched the three beauties. "But it seems only idiots are ever happy. How can we explain this? Orhan Pamuk
There's a lot of pride involved in my refusal to...
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There's a lot of pride involved in my refusal to believe in god. Orhan Pamuk
The greatest happiness is when the eye discovers beauty where...
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The greatest happiness is when the eye discovers beauty where neither then mind conceived of nor the hand intended any. Orhan Pamuk
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วัà¸â„¢à¸«à¸â„¢à¸¶à¹ˆà¸‡à¹ƒà¸â„¢à¸¤à¸”ูหà¸â„¢à¸²à¸§ สมัยที่คุณเป็à¸â„¢à¸â„¢à¸±à¸à¹€à¸£à¸µà¸¢à¸â„¢à¸¡à¸±à¸˜à¸¢à¸¡ หิมะกำลังตก คุณกำลังครุ่à¸â„¢à¸„ิดอะไรบางอย่างจà¸â„¢à¸¥à¸·à¸¡à¸ªà¸´à¹ˆà¸‡à¸­à¸·à¹ˆà¸â„¢ คุณไดà¹â€°à¸¢à¸´à¸â„¢à¹€à¸ªà¸µà¸¢à¸‡à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸²à¹ƒà¸â„¢à¸•à¸±à¸§à¸„ุณ และคุณก็พยายามจะลืมพระองค์ใหà¹â€°à¹„ดà¹â€° คุณเห็à¸â„¢à¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¹â€šà¸¥à¸à¸â„¢à¸µà¹â€°à¹€à¸›à¹‡à¸â„¢à¸«à¸â„¢à¸¶à¹ˆà¸‡à¹€à¸”ียว แต่คุณคิดว่าถà¹â€°à¸²à¸ªà¸²à¸¡à¸²à¸£à¸–หลับตาลงไม่มองภาพà¸â„¢à¸µà¹â€° คุณจะเศรà¹â€°à¸²à¸«à¸¡à¸­à¸‡à¹„ดà¹â€°à¸¡à¸²à¸à¸à¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¹à¸¥à¸°à¸¡à¸µà¸ªà¸•à¸´à¸›à¸±à¸à¸à¸²à¸¥à¹â€°à¸³à¹€à¸¥à¸´à¸¨à¸à¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¸”à¹â€°à¸§à¸¢ à¸â€¹à¸¶à¹ˆà¸‡à¸„ุณก็คิดถูกแลà¹â€°à¸§ มีแต่คà¸â„¢à¸—ี่à¸â€°à¸¥à¸²à¸”มากๆ หม่à¸â„¢à¸«à¸¡à¸­à¸‡à¸¡à¸²à¸à¹† เท่าà¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¸—ี่จะเà¸â€šà¸µà¸¢à¸â„¢à¸šà¸—กวีไดà¹â€°à¸”ี ดังà¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¸„ุณจึงยืดอกอย่างหาญกลà¹â€°à¸²à¹à¸¥à¸°à¹à¸šà¸à¸£à¸±à¸šà¸„วามเจ็บปวดà¸â€šà¸­à¸‡à¸à¸²à¸£à¹„รà¹â€°à¸¨à¸£à¸±à¸—ธา เพียงเพื่อจะไดà¹â€°à¹€à¸â€šà¸µà¸¢à¸â„¢à¸šà¸—กวีดีๆ แต่หารูà¹â€°à¹„ม่ว่าเมื่อคุณสูญเสียเสียงà¸â€šà¹â€°à¸²à¸‡à¹ƒà¸â„¢à¸—ี่ว่าà¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¹„ป สุดทà¹â€°à¸²à¸¢à¸„ุณจะลงเอยอย่างà¹â€šà¸”ดเดี่ยวใà¸â„¢à¸ˆà¸±à¸à¸£à¸§à¸²à¸¥à¸­à¸±à¸â„¢à¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¸‡à¹€à¸›à¸¥à¹ˆà¸² . Orhan Pamuk
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ต่อใหà¹â€°à¸„ุณเà¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸²à¸ˆà¸£à¸´à¸‡ มัà¸â„¢à¸ˆà¸°à¹„ปไดà¹â€°à¹€à¸£à¸·à¹ˆà¸­à¸‡à¹„ดà¹â€°à¸£à¸²à¸§à¸­à¸°à¹„รถà¹â€°à¸²à¸„ุณเà¸Åื่ออยู่คà¸â„¢à¹€à¸”ียว คุณจะตà¹â€°à¸­à¸‡à¹€à¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸²à¹à¸šà¸šà¹€à¸”ียวกับที่คà¸â„¢à¸¢à¸²à¸à¸ˆà¸â„¢à¹€à¸Åื่อ คุณตà¹â€°à¸­à¸‡à¸à¸¥à¸²à¸¢à¹€à¸›à¹‡à¸â„¢à¸«à¸â„¢à¸¶à¹ˆà¸‡à¹ƒà¸â„¢à¸„à¸â„¢à¸žà¸§à¸à¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¸”à¹â€°à¸§à¸¢ คุณจะตà¹â€°à¸­à¸‡à¸à¸´à¸â„¢à¸ªà¸´à¹ˆà¸‡à¸—ี่พวกà¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¸à¸´à¸â„¢ ใà¸Åà¹â€°à¸Åีวิตแบบที่พวกà¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¹€à¸›à¹‡à¸â„¢ หัวเราะเรื่องตลกที่พวกà¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¸«à¸±à¸§à¹€à¸£à¸²à¸°à¸à¸±à¸â„¢ แลà¹â€°à¸§à¸à¹‡à¹â€šà¸à¸£à¸˜à¸—ุกครัà¹â€°à¸‡à¸—ี่พวกà¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¹â€šà¸à¸£à¸˜ คุณถึงจะเà¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸²à¸â€šà¸­à¸‡à¸žà¸§à¸à¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¹„ดà¹â€° ถà¹â€°à¸²à¸„ุณกลับตาลปัตรใà¸Åà¹â€°à¸Åีวิตที่ต่างออกไป ก็จะเป็à¸â„¢à¹„ปไม่ไดà¹â€°à¸—ี่คุณจะไปà¸â„¢à¸±à¸šà¸–ือพระเจà¹â€°à¸²à¸­à¸‡à¸„์เดียวกัà¸â„¢à¸à¸±à¸šà¸žà¸§à¸à¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢ . Orhan Pamuk
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à¸â„¢à¸²à¸¢à¹„ม่ไวà¹â€°à¹ƒà¸ˆà¸„à¸â„¢à¸—ี่ไม่à¸Åอบยุ่งเกี่ยวกับใคร มีแà¸â„¢à¸§à¸„ิดแบบตะวัà¸â„¢à¸•à¸ à¸â€šà¸“ะเดียวกัà¸â„¢à¸à¹‡à¸¡à¸µà¸„วามเà¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸²à¹ƒà¸â„¢à¹à¸šà¸šà¸â€šà¸­à¸‡à¸•à¸±à¸§à¹€à¸­à¸‡à¸­à¸¢à¸¹à¹ˆà¹€à¸‡à¸µà¸¢à¸šà¹† ตามลำพัง à¸â„¢à¸²à¸¢à¸¡à¸­à¸‡à¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¸„à¸â„¢à¸—ี่ไม่เà¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸²à¹à¸•à¹ˆà¸¢à¸±à¸‡à¹€à¸â€šà¹â€°à¸²à¸£à¹ˆà¸§à¸¡à¸à¸±à¸šà¸Åุมà¸Åà¸â„¢ ยังà¸â„¢à¹ˆà¸²à¹€à¸Åื่อถือไดà¹â€°à¸¡à¸²à¸à¸à¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¸„à¸â„¢à¸ªà¸±à¸â„¢à¹â€šà¸”ษที่เà¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸²à¹€à¸ªà¸µà¸¢à¸­à¸µà¸ สำหรับà¸â„¢à¸²à¸¢à¹à¸¥à¹â€°à¸§ คà¸â„¢à¸ªà¸±à¸â„¢à¹â€šà¸”ษà¸â„¢à¹ˆà¸²à¸ªà¸¡à¹€à¸žà¸Åเวทà¸â„¢à¸²à¹à¸¥à¸°à¸šà¸²à¸›à¸¢à¸´à¹ˆà¸‡à¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¸„à¸â„¢à¸—ี่ไม่เà¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸² . Orhan Pamuk
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ผมเคยเปิดสาราà¸â„¢à¸¸à¸à¸£à¸¡à¸”ูแลà¹â€°à¸§ คำว่า atheist มาจากคำภาษากรีกว่า athos แต่คำà¸â„¢à¸µà¹â€° ไม่ไดà¹â€°à¸«à¸¡à¸²à¸¢à¸–ึงคà¸â„¢à¸—ี่ไม่เà¸Åื่อใà¸â„¢à¸žà¸£à¸°à¹€à¸ˆà¹â€°à¸² มัà¸â„¢à¸«à¸¡à¸²à¸¢à¸–ึงคà¸â„¢à¹â€šà¸”ดเดี่ยว คà¸â„¢à¸—ี่พระเจà¹â€°à¸²à¸¥à¸°à¸—ิà¹â€°à¸‡à¸•à¹ˆà¸²à¸‡à¸«à¸²à¸ เรื่องà¸â„¢à¸µà¹â€°à¸žà¸´à¸ªà¸¹à¸ˆà¸â„¢à¹Œà¸§à¹ˆà¸²à¸„à¸â„¢à¹€à¸£à¸²à¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¹à¸—à¹â€°à¸ˆà¸£à¸´à¸‡à¹à¸¥à¹â€°à¸§à¹„ม่สามารถเป็à¸â„¢ atheist ไดà¹â€° เพราะต่อใหà¹â€°à¸­à¸¢à¸²à¸à¹€à¸›à¹‡à¸â„¢ พระเจà¹â€°à¸²à¸à¹‡à¸ˆà¸°à¹„ม่มีวัà¸â„¢à¸—อดทิà¹â€°à¸‡à¸žà¸§à¸à¹€à¸£à¸²à¸—ี่à¸â„¢à¸µà¹ˆ à¸â€°à¸°à¸â„¢à¸±à¹â€°à¸â„¢à¸à¸²à¸£à¸ˆà¸°à¹€à¸›à¹‡à¸â„¢ atheist ไดà¹â€° คุณจะตà¹â€°à¸­à¸‡à¹€à¸›à¹‡à¸â„¢à¸„à¸â„¢à¸•à¸°à¸§à¸±à¸â„¢à¸•à¸à¹€à¸ªà¸µà¸¢à¸à¹ˆà¸­à¸â„¢ . Orhan Pamuk
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Most of the time it's not the Europeans who belittle us. What happens when we look at them is that we belittle ourselves. When we undertake the pilgrimage, it's not just to escape the tyranny at home but also to reach to the depths of our souls. The day arrives when the guilty must return to save those who could not find the courage to leave. Orhan Pamuk
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In our household doubts more troubling than these were suffered in silence. The spiritual void I have seen in so many of Istanbul's rich, Westernised, secularist families is evident in these silences. Everyone talks openly about mathematics, success at school, football and having fun, but they grapple with the most basic questions of existence - love, compassion, religion, the meaning of life, jealousy, hatred - in trembling confusion and painful solitude. They light a cigarette, give their attention to the music on the radio, return wordlessly to their inner worlds. . Orhan Pamuk
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My fear was not the fear of God but, as in the case of the whole Turkish secular bourgeoisie, fear of the anger of those who believe in God too zealously(...) I experienced the guilt complex as something personal, originated less from the fear of distancing myself from God than from distancing myself from the sense of community shared by the entire city . Orhan Pamuk
The thing that binds us together is that we have...
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The thing that binds us together is that we have both lowered our expectations of life Orhan Pamuk
Clocks and calendars do not exist to remind us of...
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Clocks and calendars do not exist to remind us of the Time we've forgotten but to regulate our relations with others and indeed all of society, and this is how we use them. Orhan Pamuk
I read a book one day and my whole life...
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I read a book one day and my whole life was changed. Orhan Pamuk
Books, which we mistake for consolation, only add depth to...
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Books, which we mistake for consolation, only add depth to our sorrow. Orhan Pamuk
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Sometimes I sensed that the books I read in rapid succession had set up some sort of murmur among themselves, transforming my head into an orchestra pit where different musical instruments sounded out, and I would realize that I could endure this life because of these musicales going on in my head. Orhan Pamuk