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Zarathushtra (Zoroaster in Greek) was the first monotheist. This means he was the first person who believed in one God.
Zoroastrians call their God Ahura Mazda. Ahura means "Lord" and Mazda means "Wisdom".
Zoroastrians believe that Ahura Mazda is their Friend. And their purpose in this world is to help God make the world a better place to live.
Zarathushtra says there are two ways of thinking in the world. One is good and the other is bad.
Every one is free to choose between good and bad. However, only those who choose the good will achieve happiness and peace.
Zoroastrians pray at fire temples. They respect fire because it is the symbol of Ahura Mazda. But Zoroastrians never worship fire.
Zoroastrianism has influenced Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
Ideas like heaven and hell, afterlife, and coming of a savior all have roots in Zoroastrianism.
The Zoroastrian holy book is the Gathas, the sacred hymns of Righteous Zarathushtra. The Gathas are part of the Avesta. The Avesta is an ancient Zoroastrian religious book written centuries after Zarathushtra. Some beliefs in the Avesta are against Zarathushtra's views.
Zarathushtra has offered his sacred Message to all mankind not just the Iranians.
Anyone who is interested in his ideas can convert to Zoroastrianism.
Zoroastrianism is based on Good Thoughts, Good Deeds, and Good Words.