It’s hard to write about a friend because you immediately accuse him of “loving something solid,” but silence is a source of kindness and perhaps cowardice and jealousy, but acknowledging the friend’s virtues is also true. !
Hajj has unique benefits. A well-thought-out, continuous and sustainable work (for example, the House of Young Journalists, many successful journalists today are the foundation of the Parsa Foundation), is an open book, field anthropology, popular and cultural products in various fields, cultural secular (including a doctorate in religions from Beirut University) and has a beautiful pen with a special perspective. This is not a dimension. Look at his work installing and launching a tent magazine (around the board),Religious writings) until his last works The Saadi Khani Competition (as a national identity). With all these qualities, he is very gentle and unpretentious. If not for the narrow-minded, he is one of the most effective managers of large cultural institutions or one of the best cultural ambassadors for our country.The example “praying for people without tradition” is accompanied by their complex language.
Hajj is free. He does not hesitate to express what has occurred to him, and these expressions of him contradict him. He is sympathetic to the regime and the country in all its turmoil. He insisted on traveling the city in the guise of the clergy, bearing the burden of others. A few years ago, when one of Mr. Zu’iri’s books was revealed, I wrote a note not without merit. https://www.khabaronline.ir/news/209283/ BI-veil-ba-visitors
The current book is a collection of notes,the doctor. The weekly content of pilgrims is in the Shahr Ara magazine. Like any other birthday, reading is a new fun, even if it was previously published. This weekly column had the character and interpretation that also appeared in the book. Urban newspapers for newspapers in the field of urban management. Hajj in this column and in this book; with the same job,These are traditions unfortunately not seen these days. With the people and indeed part of the people.
As a journalist, Zairi engages in ordinary everyday life, making reading a column and a book. He uses his conversations with the people in the streets, his opinions and expectations of Rumi, and even as a cleric, he has not even monitored the division of the people.
Clergy have been the cornerstone of social relations for centuries: they listen to people’s suffering and roll up their sleeves to tackle problems in the streets and mosques, the people’s religious problem. He answered and prayed for the dead, and istikhaarah, and prayed in congregation, and went to the pulpit and prayed. He used people’s self-esteem to resolve controversies and disagreements, and with his actions made people interested in religion. This was in contrast to the Christian clergy of the Middle Ages who considered themselves a special class and owners of the people. He met young people and stood by them, and because of his constant communication was the first stop that the suspicions were realized, and the suspicions did not turn into a crisis and disaster. (Of course, we should not ignore another important factor that occurred at the same time, which was the change in the communication pattern of the network world.) He is trustworthy, secretive, fortified and noble. has no worldly status; He had the same opinion with Imam Zaman. But after the administration, he became more and more alienated from people and, of course, general administrative problems were imposed on him. Part of apostasy today is a product of both.
Travelers in the third millennium With exciting prose, short and sometimes humorous pieces and fast-paced songs (with special attention to the word economy, the singer’s boring days) read in medical books or on subways and buses.
Excerpts from the book:
I greet passersby, people react differently, some respond with cute faces, mullahs laugh and cheer when they bow and say hello, but others pass by carelessly and do not come to their senses. I bear and I will. Do not give up and I will continue this practice, but when people who are older and stronger than you sow the seeds of hatred and resentment, I ask you, how can you sow alone in this vast land? “
The driver who took me to the side of the road laughs first and asks: Where is Haji Agha Bangtan? When the mullah walks down the street or sits next to you on the bus and the subway, I answer with a laugh that he did not come out of two cases; “You deserve respect for freedom and independence!”