„O my son, thy lips still smell of milk, and thy heart should go out to pleasure. But the days are grave, and Iran looketh unto thee in its danger.“

—  Ferdusi, Translation of Helen Zimmern http://classics.mit.edu/Ferdowsi/kings.5.rustem.html

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