This too shall pass
15 March 2021
“This too shall pass” ( این نیز بگذرد)
Is a Persian adage translated and used in multiple languages. It reflects on the temporary nature, or ephemerality, of the human condition. The specific phrase seems to have originated in the writings of the medieval Persian Sufi poets.
Zurkhaneh discipline deeply influenced by Mithraism and Sufi manner which grow up not just fiscale condition but also mental force for the worst moments to being strong and concentrated with fluid movement. Inner peace what makes them different from other people.
Rock-born Mithras and Mithraic artifacts ( Baths of Diocletian, Rome)
According to legends, the goddess of Mithra, after his birth, was determined to measure his force and fought with the goddess of the sun and wrestled with him, the god of the sun fell on the ground, and then Mithra assisted him. And he rose up, and reached out his right hand toward the sun; and helped him up. Then he put a crown over the sun, and from then on, those two became close friends.
In the Zurkhaneh, when an athlete falls while wrestling, the two wrestlers help each other up, and touch each others arms with the left hand, while shaking hands and, if a hatred arises, they must kiss each other and reconcile it.
Be safe and hope peace and salutation for all