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"This is supposed to be a time of celebration, but I am so anxious.”
This hearty slow-cooked soup will get you through these last cold days.
Today, the world often seems like Humpty Dumpty after his fall, a shattered and confusing mess. Among what seem to be insurmountable divisions, there is little agreement on how to piece it together into a whole.
The spring holidays are such a time of preparation. Though Passover is still several weeks away, many Jews are cleaning their houses of the forbidden chametz--grains and leavened breads considered unkosher for the duration of the holiday.
For Iranians, Norooz is a celebration of renewal and rebirth.
The Nowruz holiday, which is a celebration of rebirth, means "New Day."
Khosraviani's role as a priestess is unusual, as women’s ordination is still uncommon in Zoroastrianism. At just 23 years
sabzeh: lentil, barley or wheat sprouts growing in a dish, symbolizing renewal samanu: a thick, sweet pudding made from wheat
WASHINGTON, March 19 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama, in a message to Iran's people and leaders on Thursday, said this
"My message to you - the people of Iran - is that, together, we have to speak up for the future we seek," he said, adding
Dates In 2014, Norooz will begin on March 20 at 8:27 p.m. local time in Tehran, according to Farsinet. The exact moment of
In Los Angeles, Angelenos are lucky to have an organization called Farhang, headquartered right here close to home. Farhang works tirelessly year around to advance the understanding of Persian culture, without regard to political or religious conversations that often swirl around any mention of Iran.
I am honored to hear that former Ambassador of Iraq to the UN, Dr. T Hamid al-Bayati, who worked hard to create the resolution establishing the International Day of Happiness.
In honor of Women's History Month, I want to highlight Googoosh, this legendary singer of Iran, and her dedication to pursuing music and the arts.
As we get ready to ring in 2014, we at HuffPost Religion would like to highlight celebrations from some of the world's religious
As a Persian girl, I am also envisioning the new President of Iran, Mr. Rouhani, as well as all the other World Leaders, bringing back to their countries plans which integrate King Cyrus's message.