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Weekend In Faro Weekend In Faro by Stevan V. Nikolic
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“For a dream to come true, you have to wake up first.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“Your mind always follows your heart. That will never change. The one good thing about you is that you are a survivor. You can survive and get out of any situation. The bad part about it is that in the process you always unintentionally hurt others as well as yourself. Did you ever ask yourself how long you will be able to go this way? Whatever you are after in your life, is it worth it?”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“The soul of every living being, including human, has a much longer life span than his carnal body. It usually takes few journeys through many bodies for a single soul to complete its lifetime in the material world.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“In the material world below, she always felt lonely and there was nobody to understand her true nature. She always knew that she didn’t belong to the world of humans. She thought they were all possessive and has limited ways of thinking. She always kept longing for her true home and could never find it.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“…there are simply no words that would be worthy of describing their encounter. And if any narrator ever tries to come up with some details, it would be only to arouse the readers’ lust, and would not do justice to what happened that night between Nini and the young woman whose dream he invaded. It was just a glorious experience of two bodies melting in one, two souls uniting in one, two hearts beating with the same beat, and two spirits becoming one. Yes, it was a dream.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“Nini was looking at her face, so pure, so innocent, and so angelic. He was wondering about the man that she thought he was. He wanted so much to be that man. He felt like he never wanted to leave her dream.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“…these books have their own integrity, their own identity. It is not about the words in there. You don’t need to read these books. Words are there to confuse you. They are just messing around with your mind. You have to look beyond words. There is a big secret somewhere in these books and I am going to find it. And you know that, but you are afraid to admit it. It is dangerous.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“Finally, he came to the point in life when he started believing whatever it was that he was missing must have not been of this world. Otherwise, he would have found it already. He decided to start an inner search for what he truly wanted. He wanted to understand himself in order to find peace and happiness.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“She could be anybody and she could pretend to be whomever she wants to be. With social media and internet communications, everything is virtual. Social media is full of fake and sick people deceiving each other and fantasizing to be something they are not.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“However, in the virtual world of social networks, we get attracted to identities that are virtual. We don’t know who is behind them and what their intentions are. Sometimes, they are just predators looking for easy prey. And they are very good at what they do.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“Besides her family, the only other permanent part of her life was with her friends online. She could be with them at anytime, anywhere she was. She could talk to them about anything. It was her own virtual world and her parents could not interfere or comment on it, but she had dreams too. And her dreams included a man—a man that she created in her dreams and thought that she would never find in the real world. Then, suddenly, Michael showed up claiming to be that man.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“How much of it was real. How much of it was just a dream. Is it possible that all of it was just a play between two lonely people? Was this woman the one I really love or just the product of my imagination and of my desire to love and be loved. Would I be able to make this dream come true or was I heading into disillusionment and tragedy?”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
tags: lovers
“Your love is so pure, so deep, so universal, expressed to the whole of creation, that directing your love to one single person often seemed to you like a limitation of your feelings, like the loss of the freedom to be who you really are. I understand all that. You were longing for the man that will understand and love you the same way you love, without asking from you what you couldn’t give.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
tags: love
“You say, you can’t live without hope? My friend, hope is our biggest enemy. It does not bring realization. It just prolongs suffering.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“There is something called positive thinking that people often confuse with hope. But it is different. Positive thinking is a state of mind, while hope is a useless state of the heart. Positive thinking is about doing and hope is about feeling. So, positive thinking is what you need.”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro
“Dreaming awake is sometimes a dangerous thing. In trying to get to heaven you may end up in the hell. ”
Stevan V. Nikolic, Weekend In Faro