HARD BUT POSSIBLE
I had an interview with my father’s friend, who is a friend with a pure heart, a great husband and a hard working man in his job and education, Hooman Mosavi has his own narrative of a life with a lot of ups and downs in it. He opened his eyes to the world on twenty second April of 1970 in Rey, near Tehran, the capital city of Iran. Hooman grow upped in a family with three siblings and they lived in Tehran. Hooman was growing up in an athletic family. His father Pejman Mosavi was a traditional athlete and he was professional in traditional wrestling, He was full faith towards sport and he forced his attraction to his sons. After a while Hooman with lots of practicing and pure interest that he showed, he could get first place in Tehran’s wrestling competition for two years. He has one elder sister, but as the elder male between his siblings Hooman had the most responsible role. Therefore, he always tried to be a great guide and friend for his siblings. Hooman’s family had to change their home because of his father’s job. They moved from Rey to Tehran when he was five years old. He started his education in Sadat primary school. He like the school mostly because of wearing a uniform which was a white shirt with pants and coat. “Third year of primary school was the worst year for me, cause I didn’t study at all and the new lessons were getting harder than before.” Said Hooman. Moreover, in that school every teacher had complained about him because of his mischief. Then, when he was ten years old they moved to Shiraz, where he found one of his best friends. Mohsen was his best friend at that time. He was like a brother for Hooman. They went to school and did home work together and spent most of their free times playing soccer with other kids in the street and bicycle riding. In addition, Hooman’s big dream was becoming a famous soccer player not a wrestling athlete; he also liked...