In mythology, ancient philosophy and our current life, left expresses “negative thought” and right expresses “positive thought”. A sprout is seen on the right part of the work. This sprout is a life. It may be the birth of a human, or the birth of a creature. The sprout attained maturity, like us humans. Our identities, our backgrounds do not matter. What matters is our life. In the middle of the work, in its gold-covered part, the current struggle for life is depicted using illumination. It symbolizes passing of each day, the sun and life in the form of a cycle. The illumination features colors that portray a lifetime spent beautifully and give richness and energy. After the wheel of life, a wing appears, again from the right side. A gold-colored one again. It expresses richness. However, this richness is spiritual and related to wisdom. It is not material richness. It is flying with a wing on the right side again. In this way, Ahad tells in Parvaz that we start life with a sprout on the right side, that we go through a struggle for life in the middle of the work using illumination, and that we take wings on the right again, flying to immortality. The artist lets art lovers free to comment on where we fly to, and asks everybody to attribute a meaning to it considering their own philosophy, faith and the place they are living. Therefore, the trip to immortality is depicted with only a wing.