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1.       SweetyKiz
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 22 Nov 2013 Fri 01:49 pm

"Gözünde çok yükselttiğin, bir gün gerçekten yukarıdan bakmaya başlar sana.Senin yücelttiğin, seni beğenmez.Uzaktan bakarsın eserine."

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2.       Abla
3647 posts
 22 Nov 2013 Fri 02:54 pm

 

Quoting SweetyKiz

"Gözünde çok yükselttiğin, bir gün gerçekten yukarıdan bakmaya başlar sana.Senin yücelttiğin, seni beğenmez.Uzaktan bakarsın eserine."

 

The one whom you held in awe will really begin to look down on you one day. The one you ennobled won´t like you. Then look at your own work from a distance.

3.       tomac
975 posts
 22 Nov 2013 Fri 10:48 pm

I think that the last sentence:

 

Uzaktan bakarsın eserine

 

May also mean: You will look from distance on his/her work.

4.       tunci
7149 posts
 22 Nov 2013 Fri 11:53 pm

 

Quoting tomac

I think that the last sentence:

 

Uzaktan bakarsın eserine

 

May also mean: You will look from distance on his/her work.

 

In my opinion, it is "your work" since the context tells us that it is the second person who is adressed. Therefore it is "your work" that you would  watch [look at] from a distance. [by saying that, the person [adviser] says that you will just be able to watch your work [the person you always  put in a high place and valued  ]

In other words, people are ungrateful , you value them but in return only thing you get is "disrespect,ungratefullness, unthankfulness" , One day that person might change in such a way that  you would not even be able to approach that person , you would just look him/her from a distance.

"Gözünde çok yükselttiğin, bir gün gerçekten yukarıdan bakmaya başlar sana.Senin yücelttiğin, seni beğenmez.Uzaktan bakarsın eserine."

 



Edited (11/23/2013) by tunci

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5.       Abla
3647 posts
 22 Nov 2013 Fri 11:58 pm

 

Quoting tomac

I think that the last sentence:

 

Uzaktan bakarsın eserine

 

May also mean: You will look from distance on his/her work.

 

Theoretically yes but I still don´t think so.

 

I think the context supports this interpretation: look at him now, he is a product of yours, you have made him what he is. You look up to him, he looks down to you.

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6.       gokuyum
5049 posts
 23 Nov 2013 Sat 07:46 pm

 

Quoting tomac

I think that the last sentence:

 

Uzaktan bakarsın eserine

 

May also mean: You will look from distance on his/her work.

 

I agree.

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7.       tomac
975 posts
 23 Nov 2013 Sat 11:22 pm

Thank you for explanations, Abla and Tunci! I didn´t get what "work" was mentioned in the sentence, but your explanations make sense to me.

8.       SweetyKiz
23 posts
 25 Nov 2013 Mon 12:05 am

Thanks everyone for all your explanations!!

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