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Inside His Mind
May 06, 2010 04:13 AM PDT
This Painting is dedicated to my friend and any other creative mind out there who have lost his privacy to schizophrenia.Pre-Vaguest Works
March 27, 2010 06:13 AM PDT
Though for me, my vaguest works are 'it' and it is in my vaguest works that I find myself, there are some curators and audiences who favor my pre-vaguest works. To all those who like my prevaguest works better: This one is for you!
As for the background music, again I used a Persian song, with a bit of re-mix to give more focus on the female singer and less on the male singer (omitted most of his parts). To me though she is not known, the female singer has a very promising and strong voice whilst the male singer seems a bit sleepy and needs a wake up call...but that is just me...Vaguest Paintings
March 26, 2010 04:52 PM PDT
My Vaguest Paintings for your eyes and a Persian music on the background for your ears.Rehearsal version of "FFW Benefit Scaling Model" Presentation
March 26, 2010 06:40 AM PDT
This presentation is the rehearsal version of "FFW Benefit Scaling Model" presentation which was presented on Dubai 4th International Quality Congress.
FFW Benefit Scaling Model is an Object yet Holistic Model for Measuring Business Benefits.Letter of Advice (from 30.5)
December 24, 2009 10:33 AM PST
In this podcast I am reading you the Letter of Advice I had written in early 09 to my older self (which includes me at the time being).
Reading this letter helped me in planning a better and stronger new year resolution. So I thought to read it to you hoping it will help you too. Just Imagine that it is your past self that is talking to you. I am sure you will then find it inspiring and encouraging.
Enjoy Being You! & Happy Healthy Wealthy and Successful 2010!
December 19, 2009 10:34 AM PST
In this Podcast I read you my story Longuer from 30.5. Not sure how well you will be able to understand my Persian accent but I am sure you will really enjoy it. Longuer is one of my favourite stories that is very short but full of meaning.
It was the bloodshed, the lies, the massacres that broke the heart of the sky. And it was through to the open cracks on the heart of the broken sky that I fell into the mother's womb. They eventually noticed me and after 9 months of struggle I managed to come out. That is then that I realized I am no longer home and so I cried. Call me the broken sight of the sky! & fly me back home so that I recall how to smile!
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