Secularism and The Root Iranian
= the life on this earth
Secularism is to be highlighted as: “giving value and dignity
to the life on this earth. A state or a government has to
worry about people life on this earth not the life after
introduced God to the world
The emphasis is that, The Root of Persian Culture is purely
based upon giving value and dignity to the life on this
Earth. For Persians; respecting life and nature was pray
to God. God’s name in Persian culture is: Yazdan, Parvardegar,
Khoda, Khodavand, Afaridagar, Afarinandeh, Artaparvar, Raam,
Simorgh, khoram, shah, shad, Farhang, Daadaar and many more.
The word of Parastesh (Pray) comes from Parastari (Nursery).
It was Persians who introduced God to the Arabs first. The
word of Namaz is purely Persian word.
The Nursery of people and the nursery of nature was the
actual pray to God in the root of Iranian Culture. We don’t
need to import secularism to Iran. Iranian culture is many
many times more secular than this imported word.
is no need to borrow words
The problem is, we (Iranians) ruin our own Golden Culture
in the name of khorafe (old fashion). We then borrow the
words and culture from outsiders. The borrowed words always
has many many times less meaning and less understandable
for our own people.
& Flow (Simorgh)
Dance and flow is “being”, is life. This thinking can clearly
be seen in the portrayal of Simorgh and Raam (Persian Goddesses)
on a plate kept in Saint Petersburg Museum Russian. In this
picture Simorgh is giving birth to Raam. Raam is the first
birth “being” of Simorth. Raam is in the happiness and is
dancing while offering grape to Simorgh. This is to show
the being is in the move and happiness and dance.
Being is happiness,
dance flow and evolution (Simorgh)
The portal of Simorgh is the symbol of evolution in Iranian
Culture. Iranian culture believes in the evolution not in
the creation as it is in Moslem, Christianity or Judaism.
Iranian Culture believes that there is no separation between
happiness and dance and being. Every being came from love,
from flow, from happiness and from dance through evolution.
is born from God
Iranian culture believes in “humanity is born from God”
and therefore every human has the power of God within him
or her. The ultimate power of God is at the place where
humanity gets together in a party, love and happiness. Iranian
God does not have ultimate power and ultimate understanding
and ultimate thought, Iranian God learns as time goes by.
Iranian God has thought like human and researches and gives
birth every day to a new era. This is what Iranian God wants
from us, to be like him or like her and to evolve, to explore,
to think, to change and to create our own heaven here on