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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. ----------------------------------
  • HAJJ: Reflection on Its Rituals, by Ali Shariati
  • photos: Farshad Palideh & Ehsan Mohammadi
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11 Responses to “Happy Nowruz and New Persian Year 1388”

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  3. Irdabama said

    Saleh Noh Mobarak!

  4. e4unity said

    May you truly have a “new” day and a very happy year in 1388, Persian time.I think all of us in this techno era realize more than ever how tied we are to the natural/solar cycle. The most practical way to celebrate ones faith seems to me to take advantage of this cycle.

    I want to thank you for your significant contribution to our understanding of the Persian heritage and the Muslim faith as you practice it. You have been a real help to me this past year, my first year of blogging.

    John Paul Todd

  5. Parsin said

    Thanks, Based on your comment I can say that Nowruz is a new day for all of us. Since it is the first day of spring. It is also true to say that first day God created the earth was Nowruz (the new day), the beginning of the life (cycle) in nature.

    In Iran, Islam is mixed with the rich Persian culture and created very beautiful Persian-Islamic traditions. As an instance, Nowruz is a ceremony that goes back to the pre-Islamic era in Iran, but it was welcomed by the Persian Muslims and received religious support through Islam.

    I hope through the peace and mankind brotherhood (the message of most religions) all of us could share our different rich values and work toward a better life on this tiny planet that God has given to us.

    Peace and Love

  6. susanne430 said

    Wishing you a joyful new year, Parsin!

  7. Parsin said

    Thanks, I also wish you enjoy this beautiful spring.

  8. Mythos said

    That video was very beautiful to me and I thank you for posting it. Have a blessed new year my brother.

    ~ Mythos

  9. Parsin said

    Thanks again Mythos!

  10. Shahrzad said

    Happy nowruz to you too. Though its the last day. May it be a good year for all especially for our country Iran.. 🙂

  11. Parsin said

    Thanks, I wish a Happy New Year to you and your respected family. I hope success, prosperity and happiness be for you in the coming years. 🙂

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