I Am an Iranian Daughter

Iran`s Historical Monuments,Iranian`s ceremonies,and some times my Thoughts, Diary...

Tuesday, January 01, 2008


The new year has begun.
Remember,life is short.
forgive quickly,kiss slowly,
love deeply,laugh loudly
cherish each day as if it were your last


At 3:22 AM , Anonymous CresceNet said...

Gostei muito desse post e seu blog é muito interessante, vou passar por aqui sempre =) Depois dá uma passada lá no meu site, que é sobre o CresceNet, espero que goste. O endereço dele é http://www.provedorcrescenet.com . Um abraço.

At 8:11 PM , Blogger Georg said...

Splendid little poem. Who made it??


At 12:40 AM , Blogger verya said...

nic blog..

...There are two ways of spreading light;to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it....


At 3:11 AM , Blogger Ninaz said...

Salam aleikom.

I have been trying to find information about studying farsi in Esfahan, but it is impossible to find anything useful. Then I found your blog! :) Do you know where I can find more information about learning farsi in Iran? We are two girls; one who doesn't know a single word of farsi, and one who knows the basics, like greetings and simple phrases. If you would be so kind to send me an email (ninaz_k2@hotmail.com) I would be very grateful! And I would also appreciate it if you delete this post after sending the email, if you decide to do so. You would make two girls very happy if you take the time to send an email, but of course we understand if you are too busy to help strangers! :)

Motshakkeram! Ninaz

At 11:36 PM , Anonymous Matja said...


My name is Matthias Koch. I`m a nineteen year old student from Switzerland. Two years ago i traveled with my family through iran and we visited teheran, yazd, shiraz, kerman, esfahan and bam. Thats the reason why i`m interested in Iran.
Actually I`m writing on an exposition about the life of young people i iran. Now i woud like to get in touch with young iranish people. I found your blog on the web and thought that would be a good possibility to becom acquainted with the life of young iranis people.


At 1:29 AM , Anonymous Moly said...

I guess i'm a bit late, but happy new year...

Life is too short, but what you leave behind lives a long time..

At 2:03 PM , Blogger Michael said...

Are these words from your own?
Very nice, I will do so.
I am coming to visit Iran in March.
Many Greetings, M.

At 8:11 AM , Anonymous joyce watt said...

I am an American from the state of Texas, I was surfing the web, looking for more information on Iran and I happened onto your blog. I've enjoted getting to know a little about you and your everyday life. Americans are so afraid of things they know little about; more people should read your entries so thet can see that our lives are very much alike. Most Americans are disgusted with our present leaders and I pray that we will get some new ones with more sense of diplomacy. I hope our two countries can be friends soon.


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