Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Some millenia ago, a legendary bowman named Arash Kamangir (Kamangir means archer in Persian) was sent by the shah to fire an arrow from the top of a mountain to redefine the border of the Persian empire. At dawn he aimed, fired, and gave all he had. Arash sacrificed himself to serve his country. The arrow traveled a thousand leagues before landing, and that event marked the start of a glorious era in Persian history. Until today many Persians name their child after this illustrious bowman.