Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Time is passing, i have not decided yet, which path is best for my life? there is lots of energy in human's soul and mind. all you need to do is to orient it, give it a direction, find a path to follow, a path which is best for you. i keep thinking and thinking,,

i have always been interested in "knowledge and science". so i can use my life in knowledge field. one good point about it is that it never comes to an end, there are always new things to learn, and it is challenging enough to satisfy an ambitious person like me.

Here it comes the question, "Science" is such a general word and can come in variety of fields: Mathematics, engineering, medical, psychology, social, etc. can i learn all of them? sure nobody can enter all of these fields deeply as we have short lives.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I often come to that conclusion as well. There's so much to know, so much to read, and so little time. It used to bother me at times, but I realized that I don't need to know everything. As you said it correctly, there is energy in the human spirit and all we need to do is direct it. I will learn as much as I can on the way.
P.S. I am really impressed by how well people in Iran write in English. Did you go to some special school for English, or do they actually teach English that well in schools?

11:24 PM  
Blogger Georg said...

Bonjour Fatema,

As to the quest for knowledge, let me tell you an old joke about engineers.

They learn more and more about less and less till he/she knows everything about nothing.

You might be interested to hear that right now, there are more than ten thousand jobs open for engineers and scientists in Germany.


11:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello. I am video blogger in the United States with a strong following. A recent video was viewed well over 1.4 million times- see it:

As one of the few Americans trying to avoid war with Iran- I am looking for a VIDEO BLOGGER living inside Iran to collaborate with. From your vantage point, can you recomend anyone? Do you yourself have a video camera?


you can reach me @ davis_fleetwood@yahoo.com

6:37 PM  
Blogger Bla said...

U should concentrate on one particular direction.

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Amir said...

I know what u say. I've worked in Iran for 3 years. I think it's wasting your time So keep learning may satisfy you. But if you can try to stand on your feet and follow your dreams. It's the best way but also the toughest one.
You can choose:
Be regular, with regular job, salary , life,...
or make it different by risk.

8:02 AM  
Anonymous Leili said...

Hi fatimah,
I am an Iranian girl just like you who came to US to continue studies a few years ago. I accidently came to your weblog.
I am more practicing muslim than you are, I guess! But I agree that religion should be something seperate from the government and everyone should follow it on his/her own way and that is when it will help you raise your spirt.

I am on the same track!. The most important question bothering me is whether I should come back to Iran or Not?,...

On your case, I agree, try feeding your spirit with knowledge with the goal of becoming a more complete person. Its not important what path you take... Just remember that the sole goal of our presence in this Universe is to develop our spirits, since we will have to leave the rest and go !

well, good luck with your taughts,

10:15 PM  
Anonymous Manuel said...

Hi Fatema,
I don't know how I found your blog... Let me say that you are a brave girl, congratulations. I hope that in the (near) future the situation changes in Iran. The iranian people needs more liberty (the women in first place).
Please, keep posting.

9:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi fatema
my name is mohsen...
i saw your link and read what you had written....
i hope you joy and happyness and above all...


2:46 PM  
Blogger Iran Survey 2008 online! said...

Dear Iranian girl, just imagine, all Iranians could express their opinion about the political and cultural situation in our country publicly and online. Not tomorrow or in a few years, but right now.

My name is Schahram Schamsawary, I am a Facial Surgeon living in Germany. I have started a short survey about Iranian´s attitude towards politics concerning our homecountry. We Iranians have vivid discussions about our own, but do we really know, what iranians think? What do they think about about religion, democracy, the revolution, what do they wish in the future? Do Iranians in Iran have different opinions about these topics compared to those outside of Iran? When I visited Iran in 2003 , I put pictures of young people, especially from young woman online (with the friendly support of Iranian.com:www.iranian.com/Arts/2004/August/Dress/index.html) to draw peoples attention to the young people´s and woman´s situation. The more positive resonance was amazing, so I decided to go ahead with this second project.

Let me tell you a few words about who I am and about my intention. In my view Iranians are more democratic than any other people in the middle east. I think, that the media in Europe pay nearly no attention to that fact. So it is us, that we have to draw the media´s attention to that fact. It is not enough to keep this information between us. So what we should have are numbers and facts. This is why I decided to start this big survey. The more Iranians take part, the more we can do for us. Please notice, that I neither belong to a political party or organization nor I want to belong to any of them. I am working on this project alone, I belong to the free iranian network community as you. Please move this message forward to everyone you know, in the world and especially in Iran, who would take part.

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10:41 AM  
Anonymous Hassan said...


many of us like to know more, sometimes i think about quiting my course and start another new different one (science).

what do you think about the philospphy of science. it is a field in university.

7:27 PM  
Anonymous somayeh said...

just follow your dreams even if its hard the good point is that at the end you will say i did try
wish you luck

6:25 PM  
Anonymous somayeh said...

just follow your dreams even if its hard even if you think its imposible
by this at the end you will say i tryed

6:28 PM  
Anonymous johnnypeepers said...

Are you still writing on blog? I read a lot of your previous entries and adore your insight and honesty. Hope to see more in the future.

4:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hye fatema..

nice writing


maybe we could share something

3:13 PM  
Blogger Hossein Fakoori Nejad said...

Hi Fatemeh
It's a very popular dilemma for our age. don't worry about it. just be honest with yourself. Science is not just at a certain place (like Univ). You could work and learn and think and live, all at the same time. That's what I'm doing now (and lots of people like us)

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very interesting weblog and even some very interesting comments, however if you are interested of the Iran’s economic policy that would be nice to look at http://www.iranspolitic.blogspot.com/ and add you thought too.


7:16 PM  
Anonymous Alisson said...


good girls

9:33 PM  
Anonymous matja said...


My name is Matthias Koch. I`m a nineteen year old student from Switzerland. Two years ago i traveled with my family through iran and we visited teheran, yazd, shiraz, kerman, esfahan and bam. Thats the reason why i`m interested in Iran.
Actually I`m writing on an exposition about the life of young people i iran. Now i woud like to get in touch with young iranish people. I found your blog on the web and thought that would be a good possibility to becom acquainted with the life of young iranis people.


11:44 PM  
Anonymous Muhammad azeem said...

hi islamic wallpaper

6:02 PM  
Blogger . said...

I came across your blog today somehow and couldn't stop reading till i read every single entry!
I lived in Iran as a child many years ago and have some nice memories.
I wish you all the best for the future and hope things get better.
Why have you stopped writing? No recent post..

12:34 AM  
Anonymous Ali said...

Hello , How Are You ? Your Blog's Are Good , Bye

2:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Fatema,

Thank you for this wonderful, interesting and profound blog. I really love it. Please don't stop writing..


12:47 AM  
Blogger Brett said...

Lovely blog, why so long since you posted? keep it going.

10:14 PM  
Blogger Harshit Gupta: My big big world said...


I'm from India and just wanted to know something. Are women in Iran allowed to participate in the government? and if not, is there something happening for that? cause after rading that there are more than 50% female students I doubt if government may come back to its old decisions of putting women back in homes.

Anyways it's just a thought. Just hope nothing such happens and liberation of women takes place by leaps and bounds.


6:50 PM  
Anonymous Gabbi London said...

Life isn't about pondering over what you think you should be doing. Its about doing what YOU want to do because that's what makes you happy.

5:16 PM  
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6:36 PM  
Blogger adaughterofpersia said...

lets study some epistemology of epistomolpgy, I mean philosephy of science! it gives some deep understanding of the whole science. Most about Phisics. anyway linguists and philosephers have not agreed on considering engineering as a science.
Any way very very nice to see your page. I always had such an ambition to have this kind of English blog to talk about some original feelings for the world as an Iranian girl.

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Blogger mingthemerciless said...

can you please post some more of your thoughts of the issues and whats going on over there? i am in a AP class here in the US and we have read a little of one of your blogs and it was very interesting to see what your thoughts were on such like women going to work and Ramada. We are discovering right now in class how people over there think of everything now so if you dont mind, would you write more thoughts?

9:41 PM  
Blogger laura said...

hey fatema,
nice to read your blog,
I hope youll still keep posting!

7:43 PM  
Blogger Kris in Hawaii said...

Hello Fatema! Welcome back, I love your blog and all your poetic inspirations, please keep posting. I send you fond aloha (love, well wishes) from Kona Hawaii.

9:02 AM  
Blogger Kris in Hawaii said...

Oh Fatema! One more thing... I just saw one of your countrymen, Ramin Kairmloo, perform the coveted role of the Phantom of the Opera on the London stage. He's the youngest Phantom (age 28) ever to play the role. He was born in Iran but immigrated to Canada with his family to escape the oppression of Iran. I can't rave enough about him! He's immensely talented... (and very very handsome!)


There's also more at http://www.thephantomoftheopera.com/poto/meet/LondonCurrent.php

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaikum
I am Sadia Ahsanuddin and I am a researcher affiliated with Harvard University in the United State of America. I was wondering if you would be willing and able to fill out a survey for me, please, and answer some questions. My focus is on the internet in Iran. You can contact me at ahsanudd@fas.harvard.edu. Thank you.

Sadia Ahsanuddin

6:15 AM  
Anonymous skj said...

hi boss,
you write nicely. Somebody from Iran commented on my blog that i should come and write in and on Iran. Well, today just a comment on your blog and also i left a comment/question on your presidents blog as well.
thanks n c u later

1:54 PM  
Anonymous حامد said...

سایت جالبی دارید
در حال مطالعه هستم

موفق باشید

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go ahead! You'll surely find a direction.

To you:
"Turn your face to the sunshine, and all shadows fall behind." (Helen Keller)

9:56 AM  
Anonymous just a peasant said...

I just realized that you had new posts. I had you linked from my blog but always worried as to what had happened with you. I'm glad to hear from you.

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Blogger mona said...

Hi Fatema,

I don't know if you still check your blog but I sent you an email. I'm writing my dissertation and I was wondering is it okay with you if I sedn you some questions? My topic is about Iranian Female bloggers! thank you, I really appreciate it if you get back to me.

3:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where are You NOW Fatema ?

7:53 PM  
Anonymous gia said...

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10:45 AM  
Blogger Behrang said...

Best to dabble in all, but focus on a few. it's good to have a general understanding of how the universe works, but nobody can know it all. Figure out your passion and pursue it!


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2:29 AM  
Blogger ipv6 said...

Well my dear, there's always a new things to learn not just in science but in life as well. Science is just a branch of many things that the Qur'an suffice mention.

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Blogger Ravi Srivastava said...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Blogger Solitary Reaper said...

Please pick a challenge that is just beyond your ability. Don't pick problems which are too hard to solve. In fact, your future success in hard sciences will depend on knowing your ability and choosing problems wisely.

Please don't pick philosophy of science - It is such a waste of time - Feynman has written quite an opinionated piece of this & I am biased by his views.

You write with deep insight and honesty. I admire your blog.

5:29 PM  
Blogger sanju mohan said...

Fathima where r u ? Y no new posts ! What happend u ? We r waiting 4 ur new posts ! God blessu fathima ! sanjumohan01@gmail.com

7:29 PM  
Anonymous Al said...

Best wishes, Fatema. May the paths you choose lead to happiness and peace within.

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10:21 PM  
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Blogger Rachel Terns said...

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Anonymous Bimatoprost said...

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Anonymous Lil'MissWordy said...

Greetings and salutations!
This is my first attempt at contacting anyone through a blog let alone Iran. I am an English/ Psychology student in America. This semester I received the privilege to attend a course on topics in comparative literature with a focus on Iran (absolutely mind-altering on so many levels for myself). I wanted to respond to your most recent post in hopes of starting dialogue with someone I can discuss what I am learning in class that has firsthand knowledge. How wonderful that the first post I read is about the love of knowledge or what I like to refer to as the search for wisdom. To answer your question with my own opinion on this matter, life is meant to surprise you. You, I and We are not alone. Wisdom is acquired through time and experience and we all have our areas of expertise. The people you choose to associate with should support and progress your own thoughts. Thus, through others you grow in strength as a unit and as a community. Whatever field of science you choose to follow should be a path chosen by you that benefits your circle however large or small it may be. Other fields you have interest in will always be available to you through your associations and contributions to them via your expertise. It’s been a pleasure.

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Blogger radius said...

Dear Fatema,

I like to read the posts on your blog. It was so interesting what you said about science, politics, life and the future of Iran.
Today red again what you posted June 2005, i.e. more than 6 years ago (and it still applies to the current situation in the middle east):

-And the West -Europe, America etc. How do you feel about them?
i dont expect anything from western countries. im old enough not to believe stories about starting war with a country in order to help its people.


It is really a pitty that you stoped to write any more in 2007. There are millions of blogs out there, which report about cooking/eating/shopping/cosmetics, and they run on and on and on.

Too bad that somebody who had really something intelligent and entertaining to say ended its blog without any obvious reason.
(But maybe you have just been tired from removing day by day these spam-comments from your blog).

Thanks anyway for the stories and reflections you posted in the past.



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I am wondering, why suddenly after 4 years somebody wrote inspiring and witty posts, almost on a regular basis, this stopped. Did the writer forgot its password for the blog, or did he/she got a job that does not leave a free minute to write ? Or did the writer developed an allergy against the keyboard, or suddenly became analphabet ?
It is a pitty, and we will never find out !!!

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