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How the ass answered the fox

How the ass answered the fox

How the ass answered the fox, saying, “Trust in God is the best way of earning a livelihood, for every one needs to trust in God and cry, ‘O God, bring this work of mine to success’; and prayer involves trust in God, and trust in God is the (only) means of livelihood that is independent of any other means, etc.” جواب گفتن خر روباه را کی توکل بهترین کسبهاست کی هر کسبی محتاجست به توکل کی ای خدا این کار مرا راست آر و دعا متضمن توکلست و توکل کسبی است کی به هیچ کسبی...
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How the Amírs endeavoured

How the Amírs endeavoured

How the Amírs endeavoured to rebut that argument by the Necessitarian error and how the King answered them. مدافعه‌ی امرا آن حجت را به شبهه‌ی جبریانه و جواب دادن شاه ایشان را پس بگفتند آن امیران کین فنیست از عنایتهاش کار جهد نیست Then the Amírs said, “This is a branch (species) of His (God's) providential favours: it has nothing to do with (personal) effort. قسمت حقست مه را روی نغز داده‌ی بختست گل را بوی نغز The fair face of...
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Explaining that this self-delusion

Explaining that this self-delusion

Explaining that this self-delusion was not (peculiar) to that Hindú alone; on the contrary, every human being is afflicted with a similar self-delusion at every stage (of the journey), except those whom God has preserved. در بیان آنک این غرور تنها آن هندو را نبود بلک هر آدمیی به چنین غرور مبتلاست در هر مرحله‌ای الا من عصم الله چون بپیوستی بدان ای زینهار چند نالی در ندامت زار زار Since you are attached to those (worldly goods), oh, beware! How often...
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A disciple came in to pay his respects

A disciple came in to pay his respects

A disciple came in to pay his respects to the Shaykh and by this (word) “Shaykh” I do not mean one old in years, but one old in understanding and knowledge (of God), even if he is Jesus, on whom be peace, in the cradle, or Yahyá (John the Baptist), on whom be peace, in the children's school. The disciple saw the Shaykh weeping; he too acted in conformity (with the Shaykh) and wept. When he had finished and gone forth (from the Shaykh's presence), another disciple, who was more cognisant of the Shaykh's spiritual state, impelled by (noble) jealousy, went out quickly after him and said to...
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How he formed an intention

How he formed an intention

How he formed an intention, saying, ‘I will give this money to that carrier of firewood, since I have obtained daily provision through the miraculous gifts of the Shaykhs’; and how the carrier of firewood was offended by his secret thought and intention. نیت کردن او کی این زر بدهم بدان هیزم‌کش چون من روزی یافتم به کرامات مشایخ و رنجیدن آن هیزم‌کش از ضمیر و نیت او آن یکی درویش هیزم می‌کشید خسته و مانده ز بیشه در رسید A poor man was carrying firewood: he...
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Setting forth how the Prophet

Setting forth how the Prophet

Setting forth how the Prophet, on whom be peace, said, “Verily, God most High hath friends who are concealed.” بیان آنک رسول علیه السلام فرمود ان لله تعالی اولیاء اخفیاء قوم دیگر سخت پنهان می‌روند شهره‌ی خلقان ظاهر کی شوند Another party go (to and fro) exceedingly hidden: how should they become well-known to the people of externals? این همه دارند و چشم هیچ کس بر نیفتد بر کیاشان یک نفس They possess all this (spiritual dominion), and (yet)...
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On the Frailty of Creatures and the Grandeur of God. (may his name be glorified!) گفتار در معنی فنای موجودات در معرض وجود باری

On the Frailty of Creatures and the Grandeur of God. (may his name be glorified!) گفتار در معنی فنای موجودات در معرض وجود باری

Bustan Saadi بوستان سعدی The pathway to wisdom is twist upon twist;For the holy, the Maker alone can exist.You can tell this to people who truths recognize;But people of theory will criticize;   ره عقل جز پیچ بر پیچ نیست بر عارفان جز خدا هیچ نیست توان گفتن این با حقایق شناس ولی خرده گیرند اهل قیاسSaying,"What is the sky and the earth, do you say?Who are men? what are game and the wild beasts of prey"?Oh intelligent man! Your inquiry is well;If the answer is pleasing to you, I wall tell....
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On the Sincerity of Majnun’s Love for Laila حکایت مجنون و صدق محبت او

On the Sincerity of Majnun’s Love for Laila حکایت مجنون و صدق محبت او

Bustan Saadi بوستان سعدی Some one said to Majriun" Oh auspicious in pace!Why is it you never in Hai show your face?Perhaps love for Laila has gone from your head?Your fancy has changed and your passion has fled"?   به مجنون کسی گفت کای نیک پی چه بودت که دیگر نیایی به حی؟ مگر در سرت شور لیلی نماند خیالت دگر گشت و میلی نماند؟When the helpless one heard this, he burst into tears,And answered,"Oh master! desist from your jeers!My own heart is afflicted with sorrow; away!Do not you, too,...
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Story of the beggar’s son and the king’s son حکایت در معنی تحمل محب صادق

Story of the beggar’s son and the king’s son حکایت در معنی تحمل محب صادق

Bustan Saadi بوستان سعدی I have heard that the son of a beggar, one time,Fell in love with the son of a monarch sublime.He went and encouraged a passion insane;Fancy made him believe that his wish he would gain.     شنیدم که وقتی گدا زادهای نظر داشت با پادشا زادهای همی رفت و میپخت سودای خام خیالش فرو برده دندان به کامHe always remained, like a post, on his course — Like the elephant, always alongside the horse.His heart became blood and the secret there lay,Yet his feet, from...
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Story on the fruits of well-doing حکایت در معنی ثمرات نکوکاری در آخرت

Story on the fruits of well-doing حکایت در معنی ثمرات نکوکاری در آخرت

Bustan Saadi بوستان سعدی A man saw the Great Judgment Plain in a dreamThe Earth's face like sun-heated copper did seem.The cries of mankind rose to Heav'n's lofty seat;Their brains, too, were boiling, because of the heat.     کسی دید صحرای محشر به خواب مس تفته روی زمین ز آفتاب همی برفلک شد ز مردم خروش دماغ از تبش میبرآمد به جوشA man, midst the throng, in the shade was at rest ;A Paradise ornament showed on his breast."Oh assembly adorner!" the dreaming man said,"In this mighty...
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Story on Oppression the tyrannical king and the villager حکایت پادشاه غور با روستایی

Story on Oppression the tyrannical king and the villager حکایت پادشاه غور با روستایی

Bustan Saadi بوستان سعدی In the confines of Ghor an oppressor held sway Who by force, took the villagers' asses away The asses, unfed, under burdens of weight After two days of hardship, submitted to Fate     شنیدم که از پادشاهان غور یکی پادشه خر گرفتی بزور خران زیر بار گران بی علف به روزی دو مسکین شدندی تلفhen Fortune has wealth on a caitiff bestowed, On the heart of the poor she deposits a load. If a self-lover's roof should some altitude show, He throws rubbish and pisses on...
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