Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Dear friends here are some photos of my Essay Writing Class and these young active faces are my lovely classmates!!These days are surely most interesting, fantastic and memarable days in my life until now. I really feel the strength and powre of youth in the class...
God bless my treffic pro.

Friday, May 19, 2006


Friends come in many colors.

Green color friend
One who sees the positive aspects of life and puts hope in every thing.

Blue color friend
One who brings peace to your life.

Yellow color friend
One who makes you laugh and shows you a star when you are sad.

Red color friend
On who reminds you the rules in life and encourage you to change for the better with warm loving words.

Orange color friend
One who gives energy to your spirit to help you grow with loving care.

Grey color friend
One who teaches you to think and to know yourself and others better.

Purple color friend
One who helps you learn the true power and wisdom of heart.

Brown color friend
One who helps you forget false dreams and come down to earth, to the reality of daily life.

And white color friend
One who helps you learn from your own experiences.

If you gather all your colorful friends in a room, you will have a rainbow!!!!


You and your boss!

When you don't do your job, you are lazy.
When your boss doesn't do it, he is so busy.
When you make a mistake, you are an idiot.
When your boss makes a mistake, he is only human.
When you do some thing without being told, you are abusing your authority.
When your boss does the same thing, it is creativity.

Be yourself

Be strong enough to face the world each day.
Be weak enough to know you cannot do everything.

Be generous to those who need your help.
Be frugal of what you need yourself.

Be wise enough to know that you do not know every thing.
Be wise enough to believe in your capabilities.

Be willing to share your joys.
Be willing to share the sorrows of others.
Be a leader when you see a path others have missed.
Be a follower when you are uncertain.

Besure where your next step will fall so that you will not stumble.
Be sure of your final destination in case you are going the wrong way.

Love those who love you
Love those who do not love you.

And do not forget,


Wednesday, May 10, 2006

hello all,

last week I encountered an unsolvable impairment in my blog and I could not post any thing so I had to make another one but here is my last blog:


Monday, May 08, 2006

Saholan, after Alisadr cave is the second water cave of Iran from the view point of importance and antiquity. It is the most interesting tourism attraction of West Azerbijan province. It is located on the 43 Km of eastern area of Mahabad, between Mahabad-Boukan roads near a village with the same name. This beautiful cave is a very glorious, magnificent and natural masterpiece, a very valuable gift which is dedicated from god to this region and its people.

The point about this cave is that even thought the history of the cave date back to the second era of the geology, but it has not been named in any Iranian, Kurdish or Turkish books and Jaques de morgan, the famous French tourist, was the first on who mentioned to this cave in his book which was about the geography of west of Iran during 1890s. In 1970 a group of experts of Oxford University, well equipped, visited the cave and said that Saholan cave is one of the most wonderful water caves in the world.

Go to this adress to see some other photos of Saholan cave

The Iranian government versus the USgovernment: which is the menace?!!

ory. None of these last three countries is a signatory to the NPT, but althDear friends, I want to mention some thing before reading my article. Please do not accuse me on plagiarism. You know what; I just thought such important subject needs documented evidence from different sources. This article is a collection of information of different sites; I just choose and somehow rewrite them.

“They re already sitting on an awful lot of oil and gas, why would they need nuclear as well to generate energy?” said Dick Cheney, US vice president. http://en.wikepedia.org/wiki/iran

Good question! Why a major oil producer as Iran needs nuclear energy? Cheney maintained that Iran’s plans to build a civilian nuclear energy industry are motivated more by the aim of acquiring the capability of producing nuclear weapons than of providing for future energy needs. But Iranian government tens of times has announced that they’re getting to use peaceful nuclear power and by cooperating with the IAEA, since the enrichment activities, Iranian have recommenced are not in violation with Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and in this way they have responded to Americans accusations

.By reviewing Cheney’s question on Iran’s nuclear energy some points can come out:

If Cheney’s claim on Iran’s activities of producing nuclear power would be correct then so what? If it is correct Iran’s plans to build nuclear weapons are understandable. It is hardly a secret that Iran is prized for its oil and strategic proximity to Russia and china, the US competitors. They skim the profits in absence of US rival. Russia for example is building$ 800 million nuclear plans in southern part of Iran. Some of Chinese largest companies have made lucrative deals with Iran to improve the countries ballistic missiles. That’s money but US is not going to cooperate. On the other hand, Iran is located in strategic region of Middle East where it is surrounded by the US occupied countries, military like Iraq and Afghanistan and politically like India and Pakistan.

Another point is that Islamic Republic of Iran has remained outside of the US control after the ouster of Shah in 1979. In the days of Shah, the US junior partner in abetting its imperialist aims. Back then Giant Corporation, led by Westinghouse, was poised to take a lead role in making over Iran into a major user of nuclear energy. (www.trinicenter.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1023 )But suddenly and at the moment of Iranian revolution every thing changed and theSo called “best friend” or better to say colony of the US turned to be a dangerous country to US and even to the entire world, just because of the people of the country wanted to have an independent state.

The last point is that there are currently seven states that have successfully exploded nuclear weapons:

1- The USA, the only country which used nuclear weapons against other nations, during the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki until now.

2- Russia (formerly the Soviet Union)

3- the united kingdom

4- France

5- the people republic of china that are considered to be “nuclear weapons states”, an internationally recognized status conferred by the NPT. But the two non-signatory states of the NPT are India and Pakistan. Israel is also strongly suspected to have an arsenal of nuclear weapons and there have been reports that over 100 nuclear weapons might be in its inventough Iran signed the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty and said its interest in nuclear technology including enrichment is for civilian purpose only (a right guaranteed under the Treaty) is accused by western nations specially US of attempting to develop the technology for weapon purpose, while there is no evidence for their accuse! This non evident accuse reminds me the US claim about having massive destructive weapons in Iraq and its expedition to Iraq and the following disasters.

I don’t know what the end of this scenario by US directory is but not only as an Iranian citizen but also as a free mind, warn to empire builders to give up the idea of aggression to other rights.

Hello friends,

I have something to say:
At first i have two questions:

1.What are the arts of living in your opinion?

2.Have you ever heard the name of Edoardo Agnielly?
The second point is that I wanted to share some very intresting findings obout holy Quran,but I understand that one of my dear friends wants to put t6hem in her blog.so you can visit her blog and think about what you see!!!!

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Hello all,

A question! What was your childhood dream ?when I started writing an article about my wishes, I was in the University and my friends were sitting beside me ,so I changed my mind to collect my friend’s childhood dreams and put them in the blog with the hope of reminding sweet and pure dreams of yesterday’s children.
I asked solmaz one of the good friends of mine who was sitting by my side , what her childhood dream was? She smiled and said I wanted to be a dishwasher in a restaurant.

It makes me so happy I do not know why, but the way she expressed her wish was so pure and lovely like her wish. Then I asked mahshid and she said I wanted to be a teacher, mozhdeh said I wanted and even now, want to be a university professor in English literature, Elham, just wanted to be a babysitter or working in a kindergarten, I my self wanted to be a gardener spending my time with flowers.Maryam also wantwed to be a doctor. The point is that some times we forget our dreams when we get older but some other times not only we can not forget them ,but also they stimulate us to be serious about them that’s when the different theories, inventions or even disasters are created...


By entering the University for the First time the first and the most significant thing that grabs your attention is its being a single –Sex University of females. It seems a little strange, but when you walk through the university, there are not too many differences between single and mixed-sex universities.
Like any other controversial topic, co-education has its groups of pros and cons with their reasons. The first reason that pros of co-education emphasize on is that “the mixing of the sexes in education is natural, practical and economical”. They also believe that students’ personality in a mixed class develops more rapidly and their shyness diminishes. In their opinion competition and hardworking is more between the sexes than the rivals of the same sexes they can achieve to the higher standards. Among the supporters of co-education, feminist groups have their own point of view; they claim now days women nearly in all branches are becoming more and more the colleagues of men or their rivals on equal terms. They’re teachers, doctors, and researchers so, based on the equal ness of men and women in every thing they believe, should be placed on the same professional level of condition.
In contrast whit the former group, there are groups that have their reasons to support the single-sex system. They believe that there are nothing ‘natural’ about co-education in the early formative years and children between the ages of seven and fifteen nearly always prefer the company of their own sex. Moreover, there are some subjects that are necessary for one sex which are not suitable for the other. Some subjects can not be taught in the presence of both sexes without the embarrassment of the teacher and class. They claim in spite of the motto of co-educationist, in men and women’s’ being at the same level it always puts women in the second place and pushes them in to the careers which have always been considered as belonging to women. They believe the best academic records among women have been achieved by those educated in single-sex schools.
There are some more factors to be mentioned but I have tried to have a general look at co-education. I would be happy if you add your reasons as a comment in my blog.

Dreaming of the bride the Middleeast!

During my childhood I used to daydreaming of an active tourist who travels to all countries of the world and discovers the new and mysterious places! I really would enjoy imagining my self as a tourist.
Lebanon has been one of those countries that I’ve always wanted to have a trip to. The 10400 km, small country, which is located in the west of Asia, is famous for its tourism. It has many attractions to visit and enjoy. Lebanon has more than 3000000 populations. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean see from west, Palestine (not Israel) from south and Syria from east. It is an agricultural country and is famous for its products especially red apples and different kinds of olives. It also has different mines of lead and iron.
There are numerous attractions, natural or historical, in the country that make the tourists have a trip to Lebanon at least once. Its main attractive places are located are located in Jounieh, cedar-Becharreh, Byblos, Baalbek, Tripoli Sidon, Beiteddine and the capital Beirut.


With the population over one million, the capital with its sense of life and energy stands as a main attraction not only for its geographical location (the great green land stretch out the blue see, with dramatic mountain behind it) and economical status, but also due the down town area which was recently reconstructed. Beirut survived a decade and a half in war (the war between Lebanon and Israel) so has earned the right to call itself “the city that would not die”.

Beside its geographical position, Beirut is important in commerce because the port city, on the east –west crossed, is an ideal place for trading and business of all kinds. It also has a very vibrant art scene with numerous performances, exhibits, fashion shows and concert held throughout the year in its galleries, museums, theatre and public spaces. In this way Lebanon in particular Beirut has become the cultural center of the Arab world.

Baalbek ruins:

“Known as Heliopolis in the ancient roman empire, the city of Baalbek lies 86 km (53mi) northeast of Beirut. It is considered as an important tourist center and contains some of the oldest human-made stones in existence. The term Baal is Phoenician meaning god or lord and Bek means city. The greatest of the three temples of Baalbek is the temple of Jupiter, synonymous to Zeus, the king of gods. Huge structures and columns with delicate sculptures are the main attractions”.

According to my explanations about Lebanon, I think you can understand my reasons for being so much eager to have a trip to this fabulous country. In spite of many other things to explain and many other terrific places to name I finished my article here but there are so links about the topic that you can visit and earn much information if you want.

http://en/ .wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebanon

http://www.lebanon-tourism.gov.ib/templates /Inside Template.aspx?posting