The desire

Although Gilgamesh was born as a powerful half-god, his desire to be free of his human half can be directly compared to the Iranian desire for freedom.

The women in Iran desire the free to do everything.
The kid's eyes tell us they desire a normal life like every kids suppose to have. They want to go to school, want to have friend, want to play, learn. They desire the freedom for them, for their family, and for their nation
The slave, the prisoner desires the freedom outside the jail. they want to come back with their family.
Although Gilgamesh is a powerful man, but he still desires the immortal, the free to live forever. But somehow he can't reach that, because he still lives under Gods' shadows.
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