Turkish Tuesdays, and Last Lessons from Hakan:Muhafiz/The Protector, s2e8, on Learning via Empathy, and Empathy as a Sacred Duty

What do we learn from season 2, episode 8?

Lessons:
1.)  Know your friends and your enemies: empathy will show the difference.
2.)  Even when the struggle seems hopeless, empathy is what will keep volunteers working on the Sacred Duty to help others.
    The Crimean War was a while ago.

Faysal is a master manipulator, so what is he after, bringing them together.
And Levent has a point:  people have ruined this world, but we can Do Better.
That is why Hakan accepts the Kutsal görev.
Faysal just has to be in charge, even when he’s not.
And he always wants a weakness he can use against even his servants, which they are, right now: to help him get Rüya back.
Why don’t they wear flak jackets?!
              This is the last review I will do for this series, unless I hear from Readers who’d like to see more.
Shira

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5 thoughts on “Turkish Tuesdays, and Last Lessons from Hakan:Muhafiz/The Protector, s2e8, on Learning via Empathy, and Empathy as a Sacred Duty

    1. Merhabah, es decir, Saludos!
      🙂

      (ya que es el martes del turco, me veo en la obligacion de hablar un poco en este idioma! jaja)

      Gracias por comentar, Carmencita, pero parece que solo lleg’o un parte de tu mensaje??
      Espero oir mas de ti,
      recibe un abrazo fuerte de mi parte,
      Saludos!
      Shira

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