Now, let's continue watching part 3. "Missing Mother on Mother's Day" is a song praising a mother's love. It shows a kind and diligent nomadic mother standing in the wind missing her son far away. The second performance is a melodious song which carries the nostalgia of the vast grassland, blended harmoniously with the introspective and open-minded Mongolian dance. Thereby, it expresses the nostalgic feeling of a traveler who has been away from his homeland for a long time. "Birds are chirping and dawn has come, Red sun is rising on the horizon, Longing of all these years have not brought back my beloved mother. Through the sprouting desire in a dreaming heart, for the universe to make my mom immortal?" Next, let's welcome our Iranian initiate, who lives in Australia now. She will recite Rumi's poem "Come, the Beloved is Here," and perform a Kurdish festival dance. The poem by Rumi tells the internal quest for God. The dance is a group dance generally, to elevate the spirit through adversity. "You have gone hundred times this long journey to reach that House (Kaaba). Try once to come to the roof of this House. Once enter the state of Ihram, your journey in desert has finished. But you should totally get rid of this physical body."