universe is so far from reason as to be impossible, thus disclosing a vast mystery of divine unity.
Furthermore, although in the truths of belief and the Qur’an there is such a breadth that the greatest human genius cannot comprehend them, the fact that they appeared together with the great majority of their fine points through someone like me whose mind is confused, situation wretched, has no book to refer to, and who writes with difficulty and at speed, is directly the work of the All-Wise Qur’an’s miraculousness and a manifestation of dominical favour and a powerful sign from the Unseen.
Fifty to sixty treatises were bestowed in such a way that, being works that could not be written through the efforts and exertions of great geniuses and exacting scholars, let alone someone like me who thinks little, follows the apparent, and does not have the time for close study, they demonstrate that they are directly the works of divine favour. For in all these treatises, the most profound truths are taught by means of comparisons to the most ordinary and uneducated people. Whereas leading scholars have said about most of those truths that they cannot be made comprehensible and have not taught them to the elite, let alone to the common people.
Thus, for these most distant truths to be taught to the most ordinary man in the closest way, with wondrous ease and clarity of expression, by someone like me who has little Turkish, whose words are obscure and mostly incomprehensible, and for many years has been famous for complicating the clearest facts and whose former works confirm this ill-fame, is certainly and without any doubt a mark of divine favour and cannot be through his skill; it is a manifestation of the Noble Qur’an’s miraculousness, and a representation and reflection of the Qur’an’s comparisons.
The fact that although generally speaking the treatises have been widely distributed, and classes and groups of people from the loftiest scholars to the uneducated, and from great saints from among those who approach reality with their hearts to the most obdurate irreligious philosphers, have seen them and studied them and have not criticized them, despite some of them receiving blows through them; and the fact that each group has benefited from them according to its degree; is directly a mark of dominical favour and a wonder of the Qur’an. And although treatises of that sort are written only after much study and research, these were written with extraordinary speed and at distressing times when my mind was contracted,