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Haftsamar Art Gallery Dec 2012 Amir Bahador Falahati Sun Of Gulf 02
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در ميان اين همه روز مرگي تنها خورشيد است كه هر صبح به سراغ مان مي آيد بدون آنكه خسته شده باشد فقط گاهي آنچنان دلش مي گيرد كه ابر را ميان ما و خود قرار مي دهد . با تمام وجود مي تابد و هيج سراغي از توقع نمي گيرد . خورشيد هر صبح  خليج را رنگ مي زند و شوق را به مردمان هديه مي دهد . خوب نگاه كن ،  خورشيد را مي بيني ، خورشيد را لمس كن ،شايد دريابي كه چگونه مي توان خورشيدي ثبت كرد با نام خود . من امروز خورشيدي با نام خود ثبت خواهم كرد و نام آن راخورشيد خليج مي گذارم و شما را به تماشاي آن دعوت مي كنم .

Among all daily deeds it is only the sun that comes to us every morning without getting tired ;.however,sometimes it gets really upset and puts the clouds between us. It shines with all being and never asks for return. Every morning the sun paints the gulf and gives people happens as a gift. Look carefully, you can see it, you can feel it, then maybe you realize how to create a sun in your name. Today I have created my own sun and named it “sun of gulf “ and I kindly invite you to see it for your self.

اميـــــربــــهادر فلاحتي

Amir bahador Falahati

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  • behnam 10 months ago
    besyar ham aliiiiiiiiiiii :)
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