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Asha

[uhsh-uh] /ˈʌʃ ə/
noun, Zoroastrianism.
1.
the cosmic principle of order, justice, righteousness, and truth.
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  • The people gave thanks to Mazda, the God, and Asha proclaimed him to all the city.

    The Sun King Gaston Derreaux
  • Asha pondered for only a moment, then turned in anger upon the woman, Too-che.

    The Sun King Gaston Derreaux
  • O wise Asha, I will entreat that friendship may display itself through the stars.

  • The divine one asked Asha "Hast thou appointed a guardian over this people to defend them from evil?"

  • How are we to chase away the lies, how shall I put the lies into the hand of Asha (Truthfulness)?

  • Feeling very foolish, but unable to refuse for some mysterious reason, Asha bent and picked up the child.

    The Sun King Gaston Derreaux
  • Asha took himself out, then, and made his way sadly along the crowded streets to his home.

    The Sun King Gaston Derreaux
  • Now Asha was filled with wonder, and asked the babe of many abstruse things, receiving answers beyond his understanding.

    The Sun King Gaston Derreaux

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