Eide Shoma Mobarak is one way to wish someone a Happy New Year in Persian.
Nowruz mobarak, which is the celebratory phrase for A Happy Persian New Year. The holiday began 3 days prior. Nowruz, which is celebrated for 13 days with activities and festivities. Nowruz or Norooz also means New Day while Nowruz mobarak means Happy New Year in Farsi, which is the dialect for Persian. The ambiance for which life is decorated through the magic of Haft Seen or Haft Sin, which is the 15th letter in the Persian Alphabet. The Haft Sin table represents Health, Wealth, Love and Prosperity (a traditional table setting which embodies the 7 elements of life, creations and the holy immortals protecting them), which includes Divan-e Hafez (دیوان حافظ)), which is a book of Persian Ghazals by Hafez. Hafez or Hafiz is one of the Great Persian Poets of the 13th Century; birthed from Shiraz, Iran.
Nowruz is derived from ancient times and has been celebrated all over the globe for more than 3,000 years. Other cultures who used to be part of native Iran celebrate it too; from Kurdistan, Tajikistan, India and Pakistan’s Parsi Communities, Afghanistan, and everyone within and connected to the Eye of Persia. Some of these nations make pilgrimages to Iran to honor their ancestors of the Great Zoroaster. Some also have family which still reside within various provinces like Fars Province and Khuzestan Province. Communities along the coast within the Persian Gulf from Hormozgan Province celebrate Nowruz (Norooz) as well. This was just an example. Prior to the holiday, many families come together for a Persian picnics in beautiful Persian Gardens to have sandwiches, kabobs, snacks, tea and to dance and be merry, have a picnic and jump over fires we have created at the picnic. Everyone brings fresh food to cook and at times, the sandwiches and teas are pre-made.
What we’re discussing is the origin of Zoroastrianism, which is one of the eldest monotheistic religions birthed from Persia🇮🇷. The holiday has been celebrated for well over 3,000 years and marks the 1st day of the Spring Equinox. Nowruz is celebrated with Persian rituals embodying family togetherness, love, and the eye of wealth.
Hayat (زندگی) is the Persian name for Life. Life can mean many things to many beings on earth, for humanity does not just have a life; they are life existing as the soul in human form. Hayat is the essence of the soul’s purpose within this realm. Every soul has a path, but not every being is highly cognizant they have a soul.
As we submerge into The Birth of Ancient Civilizations, we must tap into Hayat which is life. Then delve into Rooh (روح), which is soul. There’s much wisdom in many; from the child who is birthed from the womb from the vessel, who’s about to perish into the earth.
Just what have we learned from Hayat?
Could Hayat be like the Persian name for Inspiration, which is Elham?
Elham is the root of the soul, for inspiration is its being, and the route it takes you to align with its divine purpose and path within this portal. There is much to learn and one may not always learn outside of him. He or she shall learn within rooh, which is their soul.
There is more that shall align with the eastern idioms and parables of the ancient soul. For, every soul can learn from every soul, for every soul is enduring and encountering life.
Hayat (زندگی) and Elham (الهام بخش) are also names that can be utilized for little girls. It is said that the name of a soul bears the fortune of their life’s path.
However, I am utilizing these names because I want you to engage and converse within deeper in order to find the essence of your truth within. Your truth is often led by the eye of your soul. The eye is your heart. There is a deeper meaning within this facet of life beckoning the Journey of Soul™️ and prior to the release of the II Editions which include PARABLES OF HER SOUL and any other beings affiliated with the branding of PERSIAN❤️®️, the aim is to allow you to travel back to a place called home which is the source within you.
As I continue to share segments with you within the Journey of Soul™️ I would like you to ask yourself a few questions.
- What is Hayat (گی)?
- What is Elham (الهام بخش)?
- What does it mean to you?
For there are no myths behind philosophies of the wisdom birthed from the East. It’s birthed by the soul of a man who writes. For, when you can answer these questions you have just answered for life; your life. All life leads to life within leading you back to your soul. Honor Your Soul.
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Dorood means hello, which is an old Persian saying from the dialect called Farsi. Dorood originates from Avestan language from the term Dravat and also means health; a polite and official way of saying hello in the old Persian language (also viewed as Farsi or Parsi). My name is Kyemma, the author of Scripts Among Her Glass Walls. I’m so happy to have you as a visitor to my blog about my book and education featuring the Journey of Soul and what it means to lead from soul within the world, and The Eye of Iran🇮🇷, Persian Linguistics and The Birth of Ancient Civilization. This project is my soul and an intricate layer within this portal, and I’m elated to share some of that excitement with you here.
I’ll be utilizing this blog to interact with you about Scripts Among Her Glass Walls and The Eye of Iran🇮🇷, elaborating on some of the topics and blogging on some of the mysticism and soul rooted within my book. This is a wonderful grounding space for you all to become acquainted with me and tap into the wisdom of your soul, and I’m looking forward to getting to know you too. This is a place for you to share your thoughts about Scripts Among Her Glass Walls and related content. Questions may arise about this book and you may inquire here. How do you resonate with my book?
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