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  • "I have no religion, but if I were to choose one, it would be that of Shariati's." Jean-Paul Sartre ---------------------------------- My Lord, grant me success in struggling during failure, in having patience in disappointment, in going alone, in Jihad without weapons, in working without pay, in making sacrifice in silence, in having religious belief in the world, in having ideology without popular traditions, in having faith (Iman) without pretensions, non-conformity without immaturity, beauty without physical appearance, loneliness in the crowd, and loving without the beloved knowing about it. ----------------------------------
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Two Nice Videos About Spring and Nowruz In Iran

Posted by Parsin on April 1, 2008

4 Responses to “Two Nice Videos About Spring and Nowruz In Iran”

  1. Glenn said

    Parsin:

    Absolutely beautiful. You did a great job putting them together. You are very talented.

    I hope you don’t mind if I show the videos to a group of my spiritual friends one night at my house. But I won’t unless I have your permission.

    I would really love to see Persia (Iran) for myself one day. But it has to be in the Spring of Fall. I can’t stand Winter and we have enough Summer down here in Florida!

    Namaste,
    Glenn (my Sanskrit name is Govinda)

  2. Parsin said

    Glenn,
    Thanks! Whatever I put here is for public use, you are welcome to use them in anyway.
    Sure, I hope to see one day in Iran.
    How do you translate names into other language? Is this only the meaning of the word itself? Anyway, very nice Govinda!

  3. Glenn said

    Parsin: I got a translation for Govinda.

    Govinda (Sanskrit: गोविन्द) is a name for the Hindu deity, Krishna. Go can refer to cows, land, or one’s senses. Vinda means “protector”. When the two words are combined, Govinda means Krishna who is the protector of the cows, the land, and/or one’s senses.

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    CAN YOU NOTICE HOW MUCH SANSKRIT AND ARABIC LOOK ALIKE? I’VE BEEN TOLD GOD (ALLAH) DOESN’T CREATE ANYTHING BY ACCIDENT.

  4. Parsin said

    Glenn,
    Thanks a lot for this information. It’s interesting!

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