مطالعه کتاب How to Bridge? the Generation Gap
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How to Bridge? the Generation Gap


Author(s): Ayatullah Sayyid Muhammad Taqi Hakim

Translator(s): Sayyid Hussein Alamdar

Publisher(s): Ansariyan Publications - Qum

Category: Ethics Spirituality

Topic Tags: Philosophy of religion Miscellaneous information: and nbsp;How to Bridge the Generation Gap? (Pidar wa Farzand)

ISBN: 978-964-438-413-4

A Comprehensive Dialogue about the importance of Religion between a son and father

Writings of Ayatullah Sayyid Muhammad Taqi Hakim

Translated from Persian by

Sayyid Hussein Alamdar

Published by

Ansariyan Publications

Shohada Street, 22nd Alley

P O Box 37185/187

Qum, Islamic Republic of Iran

Congress Classification: BP253/H 8P 404952 1381

Dewey decimal classification: 297/64

National bibliography number: M 81-49505


سرشناسه : حکیم، محمدتقی، 1305-

عنوان قراردادی : پدر و فرزند. انگلیسی

عنوان و نام پدیدآور : How to bridge? the generation gap/ writings of Mohammad Taqi Hakim؛ translated from the Persian with annotations and an introduction by Hussen Alamdar.

مشخصات نشر : Qum: Ansarian publications, 2002= 1381.

مشخصات ظاهری : v, 133 ص.

شابک : چاپ سوم :978-964-438-413-4

وضعیت فهرست نویسی : ایرانشناسی

یادداشت : انگلیسی - عربی.

یادداشت : چاپ سوم : (2010م = 1389) (فیپا)

عنوان دیگر : پدر و فرزند. انگلیسی

موضوع : خانواده -- جنبه های اخلاقی.

موضوع : خانواده -- جنبه های مذهبی.

موضوع : اخلاق اسلامی.

شناسه افزوده : علمدار، حسین Alamdar, Hussein ، مترجم

رده بندی کنگره : BP253/ح 8پ 404952 1381

رده بندی دیویی : 297/64

شماره کتابشناسی ملی : م 81-49505


(Pidar wa Farzand) A Comprehensive Dialogue about the importance of Religion between a son and fatherA Comprehensive Dialogue about the importance of Religion between a son and father


The younger generations possess pure hearts and spirits which are full of sensations, emotions and enthusiasms. They are passing through the most sensitive and critical period of their lives and require guidance, support and sympathy. A young person is like a nascent sapling requiring the loving protection of sincere, experienced and wise gardener, against the diseases and accidents. The famous Persian poet Sa'di said:

A young man is like an arrow; rigid, hard and straight.

But it requires a flexible and bending bow (which is like a wise old man) for the arrow to hit the target.

The cultural maturity of a society, especially the Islamic one, is proportional to the importance to attaches towards the guidance, training, and continuous endeavours towards its younger generations. Notwithstanding, with the opinion of some people, in general training is a very difficult task, especially the training of younger generations, which is complicated and contains various

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