Yet it’s easy to put magnets on a fridge and forget about them, along with all the other clutter on a fridge. Language only comes alive when it is used. And it is only used when you are engaged in communicating with someone. An author communicates with a reader - so there is a book between them. A person communicates with another, and there is conversation. Magnets can become isolated on a fridge in your home.
Luckily, there is the internet.
And now with Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and other social media sites acting as your cyber fridge, you can post your creations and extend the conversation around words far outside your kitchen. Who knows? In this manner, the Persian language may perhaps, word brick by word brick, infiltrate the cyberscape, become accessible and enjoyable by many more people and regain its position as a lingua franca.