Mehr Brief series aims at bringing you scholarly articles and journals from prominent Afghan and International authors about the Afghan Peace process. Under Mehr Brief series, authors provide opinions, critiques, and expert views, from scholarly perspectives on the conflict in Afghanistan, and the conduct of the peace negotiations and peace settlement by the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the U.S. Government, and other stakeholders. The roots of the term ‘Mehr’ is the Indu-Iranian. The term ‘Mehr’ was taken from the root of "Mithra", which is one of the oldest gods in the ancient Persia. Mehr or Mithra means "light, lightening, friendship, unity, connectivity and affection" in Persian language. Mehr is against falsehood, mendacity, perjury and unkindness. ‘Mehr’ is a word that links to God and is the best divine gift. ‘Mehr’, is the beacon for a brighter tomorrow and brighter horizon. In Persian cultures, ‘Mehr’ is translated as angels of kindness, friendship and wisdom that bring goodness, joy and peace.