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Selections from Zoroastrianism’s Sacred Book “Sad Dar”: Chapters 64-81, Part 1 of 2

2022-09-07
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Zoroaster, also known as Zarathustra, was a holy prophet who lived in ancient Iran. As a young man, he became a priest in the religion of the time. However, his destiny changed when he was granted a vision from the Supreme being, Ahura Mazda. Zoroaster was a pure vegetarian and in respect for all life, He forbade animal sacrifice. He also prophesied an ultimate Savior of the world who would come at a future time to restore a Heavenly existence on Earth. Today, we invite you to listen to excerpts from “Sad Dar.”

“The sixty-fourth subject is this, that it is necessary to practice great abstinence from committing theft and seizing anything from mankind by force. For it is declared in revelation that, as to everyone who steals one dirham (silver coin) away from another, when they really know it, it is necessary to take two dirhams away from him; one dirham being that which was carried off, and one dirham as the fine of him who committed the theft. It is also requisite to detain him one period in prison. As to that person who has seized anything from another by force, among the spirits they seize back four things as compensation for every single one.”

“The sixty-fifth subject is this, that everyone is to practice thanksgiving continually, and it is requisite that he maintains it through good and bad; and he is to keep in view the benefits of Hormazd (Ahura Mazda). Because the creator Hormazd (Ahura Mazda) demands two things from mankind, the one is that one should not commit sin, and the other is that one should practice thanksgiving.”

“The seventy-ninth subject is this, that it is necessary to make an effort that they may exercise munificence and liberality towards the good and the worthy. For the exercise of liberality is grand, in such manner as it is better and pleasanter, in like manner, for the ground on which a liberal man walks, and pleasanter for the sun and moon and stars that shine upon a liberal man. To such an extent is a liberal and munificent man precious, that Hormazd (Ahura Mazda) speaks thus: ‘I have wished that I might give a recompense to a munificent man, if it be suitable for him, but I have not found any recompense and happiness that are suitable for him, except a blessing.’”
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