Monday, September 10

A Process...



Those of you who are running a blog, either professional or unprofessional, with a particular focus on Arts, Political Issues and Sociological outlooks, Literary tendencies, or other fields of interests would agree with me that establishing a “readership” for a blog is a long process that requires active participation from both the author(s) and the viewers of that page.

As a page evolves, a particular kind of relationship, gradually, emerges between the author(s) and the readers. Whether you agree or disagree with the content of a post does not effect the relationship between you, the reader, and the author(s) of that blog; the moment you become the-regular-viewer of a blog, you have begun a relationship that has a meaning, a purpose, and that will have an effect on the course of the development of the blog. Having said all of that, which was basically a very brief sentencing of an opinion about the emergence of a relationship that comes with a solid “readership”, I now would like to salute Babak for his valued contrition to this blog, and would leave you with his comment on the previous post
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Babak said...

It is time to demand from ourselves and every Iranian to organize jointly the most democratic entity aboard in drafting a new constitution for a liberal democracy that can assure freedoms for all. No dictatorship of any kind. We are sick of every kind of dictatorships whether being workers, faith lovers, king lovers, and so forth. And, it must be addressed blatantly that only Iran is the nation’s interest. Only under liberal democracy, every group can coexist.

Aboard assures leaders safety and freedom of speech. Technology can get Iranians from Iran to participate interactively. Freedom lovers from every country can assist this aspiration to reality.

Long Live Iran. Long live liberty.


5 comments:

Winston said...

long live FREEDOM

Babak said...

You are an ambassador for peace, love, and justice, an individual who has chosen to say yes to life, one who has taken a firm stance against the madness of religion?

serendip said...

Babak's comment are always thoughtful and thought provoking and his passion about Iran is unmistakably refreshing. I salute you babk Jan as well. Bravo.

Babak said...

You are an ambassador for peace, love, and justice, an individual who has chosen to say yes to life and no to war and one who has taken a firm stance against the madness of dark religions.

Babak

Bita said...

Dear Winston, Serendip, And Babak:

We greatly appreciate your Support without which this blog would not progress.