Turkish Tuesdays, and Two Lessons from Hakan:Muhafiz/The Protector, s2e7, on Empathy for Misplaced Love, and Names

What do we learn from season 2, episode 7?

Lessons:
1.)  Sorry for the heartbreak, Hakan, but sometimes there is a very good reason for those traditions you disdain.
2.)  Even those with beautiful names can still lack the empathy that should go with them.
    For those who don’t speak Turkish, Rüya, the name of our new evil leader, literally means dream.

Nice touch,  because what that company is planning to do now will definitely change the world.

The Covered Market  (aka the Grand Bazaar ) has a terrace?
İt’s horrible to feel alone.
Even with a whole army around you to be family.
O kadın  her kese kullanır.
And just as Hakan didn’t understand how important he was, Levent doesn’t seem to understand how important he is now either.
Yes!!  A very cool library!!
Oops:. Yet another very good reason to keep the Muhafız and his family tightly connected to the Sadık Olanları.
So much for that dream…

Umm, Hakan, what are you thinking?

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