Publications & Statements by Imam

3/20/17: Message by Imam Elahi on Norooz

Happy New Spring, New Nature, New Life!
عید شما مبارک
The first day of Spring is called Nowrooz or New day is a traditional New Year in Iran and many other nations such as Afghanistan, Pakistani, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Azerbaijan and some other Middle Eastern and Asian countries!
United Nations does recognize Nowrooz as an international day of celebration and peace promotion!
Since Ahlul bait (as) blessed the Nowrooz, for the Shia Muslims Nowrooz is more than just a national holiday, it's also a day of prayer, peace, love, forgiveness and friendship!
This Nowrooz happened to be more joyous for corresponding the Birth Day of Lady of Light, Sayeda Fatima(SA) the daughter of of our holy prophet(pbuh)
The resurrection of nature is a reminder of final resurrection and responsibility of the entire humanity at the presence of the Lord when the righteous will be rewarded!
Let's pray for a new life for our world on this new Spring!
Let's promise to work together to clean this world from all those dusts and diseases of hate, fears, pains, greed, arrogance, ignorance, warmongering, terrorism and destruction, and to establish a new world based on justice, love, peace, cooperation and construction!
O God of wisdom and benevolence , God of might and mercy, God of peace and reconciliation, God of hope and forgiveness!
Please save our world O Lord from these crazy, chaotic conditions of hate, greed and destruction!
O Lord please answer the prayers of those poor, suffering, helpless people in war zones, stop the aggressors, help the hungry, the homeless, the refugees!
O Lord please replace this darkness of desperation with the light of love and protect those oppressed against those powerful politicians who have lost their human consciousness and blinded by selfishness, greed and desire for more money, power and domination!

اللهم يَا مُقَلِّبَ القُلُوبِ والأَبصَارِ يَا مُدَبِّرَ اللَّيلِ والنهار يا مُحَوِّل الحَوْلِ والأَحْوَالِ حَوِّلْ حَالَنَا إلَى أَحْسَنِ الْحال.