Khesht o Ayeneh (Mattone e Specchio) by Ebrahim Golestan
Farid al-Din Attaar: "What young people see in the mirror, old people see it in the rough brick".
In Protected content Tehran, where the night glow of modern neon signs rivals the fears instilled by an impoverished and fallen society, Hashem, a taxi driver, accompanies a woman to an address on the edge of the city, at which the woman descends from the Taxi. As soon as she leaves and vanishes in the dark, the taxi driver finds a newborn baby in the back seat of the car.
As the supreme poet Saadi Shirazi said: <<To you, who do not feel pain for the misfortune of others, cannot be given the name "Man".>>
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