By Morteza Nikoubazl
Kabul is a bustling city, full of people who want to see their country become less violent and more stable.
As I documented life in the capital this month, I met lots of young people who shared their thoughts about the future of Afghanistan: painters, actors, musicians, even a rapper.
For some people, here is the end of the world, but for some who live here, it is paradise.
The Kahrizak Charity Foundation in southern Tehran, is home to hundreds of mentally and physically impaired people who range in age from young and old. In this place, you can feel life and death, joy and woe, and people who love each other. For these people music is the only positive thing.