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Tehran

باور دیرین و باستانی بر این است

 که در طبیعت دو نیروی متضاد خیر (سپنتا مینو اثر روشنی ) و شر  ( انگره مینو اثر تاریکی ) وجود دارد که همواره در حال نبرد با یکدیگرند و انسان محصول آمیزش این دو

خوب و بد ، زیبا و زشت ، فرشته و دیو

و انسان می تواند خوب باشد و بد، فرشته باشد و دیو

آیا انسان ناگزیر از انتخاب است میان این دو..؟

آیا جواب در رسیدن به تعادل است..؟

و چگونه انسان زیبایی از یاد رفته خرد و محبت را در جهانی مالامال از طمع، جهالت، و تعصب باز می یابد؟

این درگیری درونی انسان است با ذات، طبیعت ، و دنیای خویش که شکل گرفته از مجموعه تضادهاست

و جهان ما جلوه گاه این کشاکش درونی انسان است

آیا دیوها بر فرشتگان فائق آمده اند؟

فریده شاهسوارانی

پاییز 1391

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