Writers and the Pen day – "Farideh Mahdavi Damghani"
Writing is God's greatest gift
Publish Date : Monday 6 July 2009 - 12:37
The awarded translator of 2003 considers writing as God's greatest gift. She says: "without writing, human beings are unable to delve into their own hearts and souls, and the terrestrial lessons would not be recorded in men's spiritual memory.
In a conversation with IBNA, "Farideh Mahdavi Damghani" said: "All everlasting books and terrestrial works are the results of writers' efforts. Even celestial books have been written with God's pen in a way."
She referred to her journey to Madina: "While I was in the Prophet's Mosque I decided to record my feelings, thay were unique to that place. It was then when I realized I only could do that with the pen that I had in my hands."
The translator of "The sufferings of young Werther" said: "At any time and any place, it is only through writing that human beings can express all their feelings, overflows and internal experiences in the way that they want."
Ms Damghani considers writing as God's greatest gift. She says: "without writing, human beings are unable to delve into their own hearts and souls, and the terrestrial lessons would not be recorded in men's spiritual memory.
Mahdavi Damghani is the awarded translator of 2003 in Italy. He has translated more than 190 books on classical literature and history into the Persian language.
She has also translated many notable Islamic masterpieces such as "Imam Sajjad (AS) Rights Pamphlet", "The passion of Imam Ali (AS)", "Who to say prayers?" and "The messenger of mercy" into English and French languages.
July 5th is the national day of celebrating the literati and their works according to the Iranian calendar.