Roz Omid

Mystical but not Impossible

Yesterday was the first time I heard or read about Greta Thunberg. Today I read that she was nominated for Nobel Peace Prize. Excellent choice and I hope they give the prize to her even though I realize the title… Continue Reading →

Guard the Ballot Boxes سپاه پاسداران جمهوری

Still a Revolutionary Guard? Iran’s revolution just had a 40 year anniversary! Isn’t it time for a more appropriate name for Sepah? The quickest explanation of Sepah or the revolutionary guard is, the Marines over here in the States? In… Continue Reading →

Fine, Just Call Me roz

You don’t think I can write a bill like Green New Deal by U. S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and that’s why you all don’t come and support me in running for U. S. Senator? (I have less chance to become… Continue Reading →

We Don’t Need No Public Schools

Here’s something for folks who want less government influence in their lives and for the rich who don’t want their taxes to go to the poor; Let’s Get rid of rid of K-8 public education. Now my dear middle class… Continue Reading →

Senator Omid

It’s been about four years since I’ve started to like the sound of Senator Omid but what has interests me the most is to what Senator Omid can say and do as a U.S. Senator. You see before a neighbor… Continue Reading →

Peaceful Warrior Project: Financed by U.S. Military

Every America between the age of 16 and 26 will be able to travel anywhere in the world for two years fully paid by the government and more specifically through the U.S. Military budget. The Peaceful Warrior Project to defend… Continue Reading →

Open Letter to Sarah Silverman

Dear Sarah, The truth is that I can’t help but to like you even though I’m not crazy about some of the angles you take on some issues. Yet your concern about people living on our, currently livable, planet has… Continue Reading →

Namaste Omid

What Omid said is a faded memory but I understood from his tone of voice and facial gesture that I was doing something bad and I stopped. We were in third grade in Tehran, Iran and I squished a couple… Continue Reading →

Oprah for VP or President?

The best strategy for Oprah to become the U.S. President and more importantly for her agenda to win might just be that she’d encourage Senator Kamala Harris, or someone like her, to run for president and for Oprah to be… Continue Reading →


The first article I wrote about autism was in late 2013 with the title: Autism is Soul’s Diffidence of Hierarchy. Even though I still see some validity in that thesis I no long fully subscribe to it. Yet autism spectrum… Continue Reading →

Greed: Was it Created by Humans or Was it Already Here as Consciousness?

This post and two previous essays are being edited/revised on and in this site under Ecology in the menu bar To begin reading click on Sacred Question What if the very ingredients that helped create the systems of command and… Continue Reading →

اوضاع محیط زیست صورت مسئله رو ساده کرد

مردی وارد دانشکده ای میشه و با اصرار پا روی پرچم امریکا نمی گذاره و اجتماع هم واکنشهای متفاوت نشون میده. ودیویش تو «یو توب» هست. متوجه شدم اسمش صادق زیباکلام هست و کی هست. اون کتابی که اکبر هاشمی… Continue Reading →

United Communities of America

Everyone knows which State they were born at and which State they live in but ask people which community they belong to and most people will have a hard time coming up with an answer. They might say that a… Continue Reading →

uOu او

uOu = She/He, beloved and Beloved Looking for one word to replace He/she  – he or she? Are you still waiting for the hierarchy in Oxford or Cambridge to come up with it? Well they’re too busy questioning to Brexit or not to… Continue Reading →

“Make America Native Again” – My Take

When I hear Make America Native Again I think about governing systems here in North America before the arrival of the Europeans. I’m not a Native American studies expert but as far I know here on the west coast of… Continue Reading →

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