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  • ذات ایمان نعمت و لوتیست هول  ** ای قناعت کرده از ایمان به قول 
  • The essence of the Faith is a mighty blessing and exceedingly delicious food, O thou who art content with naught of the Faith but the profession!
  • بیان آنک نور که غذای جانست غذای جسم اولیا می‌شود تا او هم یار می‌شود روح را کی اسلم شیطانی علی یدی 
  • Explaining that the Light which is the food of the spirit becomes the food of the saint's body, so that it (his body) also becomes friendly with the spirit (according to the saying of the Prophet), “My satan hath accepted Islam at my hands.”
  • گرچه آن مطعوم جانست و نظر  ** جسم را هم زان نصیبست ای پسر 
  • Although that (Light) is the food of the spirit and the (spiritual) sight, the body too partakes of it, O son.
  • گر نگشتی دیو جسم آن را اکول  ** اسلم الشیطان نفرمودی رسول 
  • If the devilish body had not become fond of eating it, the Prophet would not have said, “The devil accepted Islam.”
  • دیو زان لوتی که مرده حی شود  ** تا نیاشامد مسلمان کی شود  290
  • How should the devil become a Moslem until it drink of the sweet food by which the dead is made living?
  • دیو بر دنیاست عاشق کور و کر  ** عشق را عشقی دگر برد مگر 
  • The devil is passionately in love with the world, blind and deaf; (but this) love, no doubt, may be cut off by another love.
  • از نهان‌خانه‌ی یقین چون می‌چشد  ** اندک‌اندک رخت عشق آنجا کشد 
  • When it tastes the wine from the cellar of clairvoyance, little by little it will transfer its love thither.
  • یا حریص االبطن عرج هکذا  ** انما المنهاج تبدیل الغذا 
  • O thou whose belly is greedy, turn away thus (from the world): the only method is change of food.
  • یا مریض القلب عرج للعلاج  ** جملة التدبیر تبدیل المزاج 
  • O thou whose heart is sick, turn to the remedy: the entire regimen is change of disposition.
  • ایها المحبوس فی رهن الطعام  ** سوف تنجو ان تحملت الفطام  295
  • O thou who art kept in pawn to food, thou wilt escape if thou suffer thyself to be weaned.
  • ان فی‌الجوع طعام وافر  ** افتقدها وارتج یا نافر 
  • Verily, in hunger there is plenteous food: search after it diligently and cherish the hope (of finding it), O shrinker.