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fyi,I actually do not aeuqte the absolute عدل الهی (Justice of God)
with the relative عدل زمینی (human justice). I tend to see the
latter a fragmented reflection/realization of the former and the struggle
toward the latter as a تکلیف (responsibility) given to human beings
by God (انی جاعل فی الارض خلیفه Indeed I am putting a
representative on earth. Translation/Interpretation from Quran, Chapter 2,
Verse 31.RE: Regrettably, one cannot go to the public in Iran and state
that this aim is a mirage – they prefer fairly tales. Actually, my
experience has been exactly opposite. They have laughed at my metaphorical
beard به ریش مجازیم خندیدند there when I have said such
aim for a mirage will eventually lead to ZamZam of justice. To reach it
though, one must struggle like هاجر. (Pun very much intended).

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Information about The Sunrise runs for Both --

Poet: Emily Dickinson
Poem: 710. The Sunrise runs for Both --
Volume: Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson
Year: 1955
Added: Jan 9 2004
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