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Dushica Labovich

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Dushica Labovich is a writer from Montenegro whose books have been translated into several languages. She holds the masters' degrees in philosophy and psychotherapy. She is a lover of metaphysics, art and philosophy of ancient cultures. Labovich writes novels that entertain, transform and teach something that is rarely talked about or missed in history and make us become better, smarter and wiser. Her favorite genres are psychological thriller, mystery&suspense and romance.
She is a happy wife and a mother of two children. She lives with her family in Budva and Moscow.

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“Near a stone house, bleached and weathered from salt and the sun, stood an old abandoned school. At its foot, before the house and the school, a rolling vineyard spread out. The boy walked through the vineyard every day on his way back from the school. That day, when Antonio ran to his father, not suspecting the upheaval in his young life, he’d learned from the village teacher about the crusades, religion, ethnicity, and some wicked people, as his classmate had called them. The little boy ran, full of questions, and shouted from a distance:
− Father, I’m happy that we live in Sicily!
− Why, my son?
− We have no wars, no fighting, and if someone attacks us, we have many dangerous people who will protect us from all evils!
Aldo took a long stick with a cloth on top, which he used to cool the fruits in the vineyard, turned it on end and drew two circles in the dry soil. He drew a flower in one circle and a sword in the other. Looking at the boy, he asked:
− These are the heads of two rivals. Which adversary is good and which is evil?
− I don’t know ‒ the little boy replied, knowing that his father was presenting him with a new riddle.
− Both opponents are good. One knows his power and the other doesn’t.
− But how can a good adversary wield a sword?
− One day you’ll understand.”
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“− You have nothing to fear from time and freedom. They are incompatible, and things that are incompatible cancel each other out. If you count the time, you are without freedom, if you are free, time no longer exists.”
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“Metaphysics includes studying the otherworldly, things that are behind or beyond our material world, beyond rules, beyond physical and traditional limitations. It is the domain that provides a bird’s-eye view for those who pursuit it. It is a clean, luminous, empty space that is, philosophically speaking, nothingness, but from which everything emerges. It is a space where miracles happen, even if we don’t believe.

the book ENSO”
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“− The world is an everlasting change in motion, in which what you knew yesterday can become an illusion in one moment. ‒ The old man moved a few steps away, folded his hands behind his back, and turned to the boy again. ‒ Having said that, there is one unique chance to find out all about the world. But there is a specific condition for that.
− What is it?
− You must become a wind!”
Dushica Labovich, Secret of a Bridge

“Near a stone house, bleached and weathered from salt and the sun, stood an old abandoned school. At its foot, before the house and the school, a rolling vineyard spread out. The boy walked through the vineyard every day on his way back from the school. That day, when Antonio ran to his father, not suspecting the upheaval in his young life, he’d learned from the village teacher about the crusades, religion, ethnicity, and some wicked people, as his classmate had called them. The little boy ran, full of questions, and shouted from a distance:
− Father, I’m happy that we live in Sicily!
− Why, my son?
− We have no wars, no fighting, and if someone attacks us, we have many dangerous people who will protect us from all evils!
Aldo took a long stick with a cloth on top, which he used to cool the fruits in the vineyard, turned it on end and drew two circles in the dry soil. He drew a flower in one circle and a sword in the other. Looking at the boy, he asked:
− These are the heads of two rivals. Which adversary is good and which is evil?
− I don’t know ‒ the little boy replied, knowing that his father was presenting him with a new riddle.
− Both opponents are good. One knows his power and the other doesn’t.
− But how can a good adversary wield a sword?
− One day you’ll understand.”
Dushica Labovich, Secret of a Bridge

“− You have nothing to fear from time and freedom. They are incompatible, and things that are incompatible cancel each other out. If you count the time, you are without freedom, if you are free, time no longer exists.”
Dushica Labovich, Secret of a Bridge

“− Life is a bridge, build it inside yourself. But before you take a step, lay the foundations for the first supporting pillar, and when you’ve crossed it, lay foundations for the remaining pillars so that others can walk on that bridge!”
Dushica Labovich, Secret of a Bridge

“− Don’t be ridiculous. Stop thinking about yourself. After all, you turned yourself into a bird because you wanted to hear my speech. And as a bird you can more easily understand my language. Many people want to understand it, but they don’t succeed because they don’t know how to turn into a bird. They look at the bird but don’t see a seagull that has something to tell them. They are too preoccupied with the role of a man. They admire his flight without wondering why the seagull is, right at this moment, flying his most beautiful flight before their eyes...”
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Dushica Labovich “Now I know that everything was supposed to happen just the way it did, because if it didn’t, maybe I wouldn’t have spent the rest of my life in the most beautiful fairy tale with your grandfather.”
PRIDE AND INTENTIONS


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