We praise Sraosha1, the Holy, the beautiful, the victorious, bringer of prosperity to the world, the Righteous One, the Lord of Righteousness. Ahunavar protects the body.
(from the Shrosh Bãz in the Khordeh Avesta,
the prayer book of Zoroatrians)
Ahuna Vairya (also known as Ahunavar)
Whereas he shall be chosen by the world, so, according to Truth,
the judgement of deeds done by the world in Good Faith is yielded to Mazdā2,
and the Power of the Ahura3 whom they shall assign as pastor to the poor.
(most sacred of the hymns of Zoroastrianism)
1 Sroasha is a minor deity in the Zoroastrian pantheon, frequently called “Voice of Conscience”
2 Mazdā is the primary Ahura (see next footnote) in the Zoroastrian pantheon
3 Ahuras are the major deities in the Zoroastrian pantheon
This Week’s Affirmation:
“I am a source of love and inspiration for my family and friends.”
(For more on Affirmations, go to my Affirmations Page.)