AN INTRO TO ZOROVERSE – A NEW STYLE TO CONVERSE FROM OUR Z-YOUTH OF UNITED KINGDOM
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I commend the youngsters for their initiative in creating what appears to be a good platform for communication within the Parsi community. The sad part of it though is that many young people within our community don’t seem to have the basic foundation of our Mazdayasni Zarathushti religion, and yet they are out there portraying themselves as Parsi Zoroastrians. People, make no mistake, just by being the progeny of Parsi parents and loving to eat Dhanshak isn’t enough to label yourselves as true Zoroastrians, when in your adulthood, you are even incapable of adhering to the very basic requirement of a true Zarathushti. Learning our prayers with correct pronunciations and following the tenets of our religion, remain a far cry for such lost souls, but for Ahura Mazda’s sake, at least put on the Sudreh-Kusti, which remains a fundamental prerequisite for you to be identified as true Zoroastrians.
This video gave it away when the lady sits with a posture that reveals a part of her stomach and hence my comments, particularly as it relates to this lady. No judgement call for the other three, although I have my serious doubts. For all I know, these four young people in the video may be very good in their personal and professional profiles, my comments are only meant to exclusively touch upon the fact that one cannot have it both ways. Either, one can shun the Zoroastrian principles and practices, and be bold enough to share that with the society, or follow them truly as a true Zarathushti should. Being uncomfortable and/or ashamed of wearing Sudreh-Kasti, and yet want to wave a Zoroastrian flag is nothing more than being pretentious and dishonest with your own self.