Shayan Safar, Hollywood stuntman, talks about his childhood dream to become a superhero; about overcoming his fear of failing; and about the Baha'i principle of facing your fears to refine the gold of the human character in the fire of tests and trials. By engaging in new and sometimes uncomfortable activities, Shayan says, he found ways to develop new brain cells, new skills and new gratitude for life.
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Shayan Safar was born and raised in Los Angeles to two loving parents who immigrated from Iran. At the age of 17, he was first exposed to breakdancing and immediately became interested in pushing his physical capacities to new and unforeseen levels. He also developed...READ MORE
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