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  • واقعاتی که کنونت بر گشود ** نه که اول هم محالت می‌نمود
  • The visions which are now revealed to you, is it not the case that at first they seemed absurd to you?
  • چون رهانیدت ز ده زندان کرم ** تیه را بر خود مکن حبس ستم
  • Inasmuch as the (Divine) Bounty has released you from ten prisons, do not make the (wide) desert an oppressive prison to yourself.
  • جمع و توفیق میان نفی و اثبات یک چیز از روی نسبت و اختلاف جهت
  • How the negation and affirmation of one (and the same) thing may be combined and reconciled from the standpoint of relativity and difference of aspect.
  • نفی آن یک چیز و اثباتش رواست ** چون جهت شد مختلف نسبت دوتاست
  • It is possible to deny and affirm the same thing: when the point of view is different, the relation is twofold.
  • ما رمیت اذ رمیت از نسبتست ** نفی و اثباتست و هر دو مثبتست
  • (The text) thou didst not throw when thou threwest is relative: it is negation and affirmation: both are authorised.
  • آن تو افکندی چو بر دست تو بود ** تو نه افکندی که قوت حق نمود 3660
  • Thou threwest that (gravel), since it was on thy hand; thou didst not throw, for God manifested (His) power.
  • زور آدم‌زاد را حدی بود ** مشت خاک اشکست لشکر کی شود
  • The strength of one born of Adam has a limit: how should a handful of earth become (the cause of) the rout of an army?
  • مشت مشت تست و افکندن ز ماست ** زین دو نسبت نفی و اثباتش رواست
  • “(O Mohammed), the handful is thy handful, and the throwing is from Me”: on account of these two relations (both) the denial and the affirmation of it (the throwing) are right.
  • یعرفون الانبیا اضدادهم ** مثل ما لا یشتبه اولادهم
  • The prophets are known by their enemies, just as their (the enemies') children are not doubtful (to their parents).
  • همچو فرزندان خود دانندشان ** منکران با صد دلیل و صد نشان
  • The unbelievers know them (the prophets) as (they know) their children by a hundred indications and a hundred signs,
  • لیک از رشک و حسد پنهان کنند ** خویشتن را بر ندانم می‌زنند 3665
  • But, from jealousy and envy, they conceal (their knowledge) and attach themselves to (become addicted to saying) “I do not know.”