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  • How is this disposal (of things) by the Divine destiny (to be called) singular? Know that it is by the Divine destiny that he (the infidel) disbelieves in the Divine destiny.
  • از قضا این تعبیه کی نادر است ** از قضا دان کاو قضا را منکر است‌‌
  • The story of Adam, on whom be peace, and how the Divine destiny sealed up his sight so that he failed to observe the plain meaning of the prohibition and to refrain from interpreting it.
  • قصه‌‌ی آدم علیه السلام و بستن قضا نظر او را از مراعات صریح نهی و ترک تاویل‌‌
  • The father of mankind, who is the lord of He (God) taught (Adam) the Names, hath hundreds of thousands of sciences in every vein.
  • بو البشر کاو علم الاسما بگ است ** صد هزاران علمش اندر هر رگ است‌‌
  • To his soul accrued (knowledge of) the name of every thing, even as that thing exists (in its real nature) unto the end (of the world). 1235
  • اسم هر چیزی چنان کان چیز هست ** تا به پایان جان او را داد دست‌‌
  • No title that he gave became changed: that one whom he called ‘brisk’ did not become ‘lazy.’
  • هر لقب کاو داد آن مبدل نشد ** آن که چستش خواند او کاهل نشد
  • Whoso is (to be) a believer at the last, he saw at the first; whoso is (to be) an infidel at the last, to him it became manifest.
  • هر که آخر مومن است اول بدید ** هر که آخر کافر او را شد پدید
  • Do thou hear the name of every thing from the knower: hear the inmost meaning of the mystery of He taught the Names.
  • اسم هر چیزی تو از دانا شنو ** سر رمز علم الاسما شنو
  • With us, the name of every thing is its outward (appearance); with the Creator, the name of every thing is its inward (reality).
  • اسم هر چیزی بر ما ظاهرش ** اسم هر چیزی بر خالق سرش‌‌
  • In the eyes of Moses the name of his rod was ‘staff’; in the eyes of the Creator its name was ‘dragon.’ 1240
  • نزد موسی نام چوبش بد عصا ** نزد خالق بود نامش اژدها
  • Here the name of ‘Umar was ‘idolater,’ but in Alast. his name was ‘believer.’
  • بد عمر را نام اینجا بت پرست ** لیک مومن بود نامش در الست‌‌
  • That of which the name, with us, was ‘seed’ was, in the sight of God, this figure (of thee) who art (now) with me.
  • آن که بد نزدیک ما نامش منی ** پیش حق این نقش بد که با منی‌‌