God's messenger from ancient Persia
Good thoughts, good words and good deeds' was the simple message delivered by Zarathushtra, the prophet of ancient Persia. Strangely, no cry came from him when he was born over 8,000 years ago. Instead, the baby Zarathushtra smiled, and it was predicted - correctly - that he would preach love and justice to the world, but would have a hard time convincing vengeful rivals. Strong in their faith, his followers are known today as Zoroastrians; also known as Paris in India.