AL- HAQQU (J.J) [Qur’an Ref: 22/62] (dhatī) ( اَلْحَقُّ) : the Truth. His Existence and Divinity is right, real, true, necessary and most appropriate. The One whose existence is unchanging, is worthy of being worshipped, and is the owner of every truth. His existence is obligatory and real. The Absolute TRUTH (HAQQ) who is the source of all truths.
When something is seen evidently, the one who asks for it to be declared is really in loss,
He is fallen in loss, blind and low.”
Wouldn’t that person be laughable?
I am starting by the name of ALLAH originating the world of nothingness and existence.
He is such a “mabud (the one who is worshipped )” that there is neither an opposite of Him, nor an equal unto Him, nor has He a partner in both worlds.
Neither is He born from someone, nor is anyone born of Him,
Everybody passes away, but He remains alive,
His attribute is “lam yalid wa lam yulad: He begetteth not, nor was He begotten” and No one can be equal unto His “Dhat (Essence-Reality-Quiddity of God)”.
He exists such that He is always evident (zahir: manifested), and also hidden (batin: unmanifested),
He makes “cilve”  to both small ones and big ones,
 Cilve (Jilwa): Turkish word coming from Arabic term, “Tajalli”. It means the manifestation of the Divine Names of God. What is mentioned by small ones and big ones here can be commented as the minds of the people. Divine Names manifest in accordance with the capacity of the mind. “Cilve” also means the acts and behaviours e.g. “sunnat” from which one takes pleasure (hazz).
“Arsh”  is ornamented because of Him, and “farsh (earth) ” is too.
Earth is filled up because of Him, and heaven is too.
Earth is alive because of Him, and seven heavens, human beings, fairies, devils (shaiytan) and angels are too. He is the light (Nur) of the eye and also the light of the mind (aql) and spirit (ruh).
There is nothing in the world (alam) that has not found “faydh ( abundance/generosity/physical and spiritual source)” from Him,
He is like the soul/life (JaN) within the body in all living beings,
His light keeps reflecting (manifests) from the soul (JaN) to the body,
 Arsh: Divine Throne. Term throne is not sufficient to describe this. This term is one of the most difficult terms in the Qur’an. “Arsh” is also defined as Highest floor of the heaven. Exalted station. Manifestation place for Allah’s Power (Qudrat), Exaltedness and Sovereignty (Saltanat). Arsh encompasses the Universe, and Allah’s power, and knowledge (ilm) encompasses everything.
 Farsh: It is an Arabic term meaning 1. earth 2. Spread or furnished thing. 3. Little camels.
Both the inside and outside are luminous by His Divine Light (Nur),
Infinite good –evil things are His craft.
Walk through the numbers of His craft and arrive in God who is the One/Single.
Do not hundreds of thousands of separate attributes appear from one person?
Peace or war, crying or laughing, some are in order, some are scattered,
Separate from every work division, certain,
Some are totally disdainful (naz), some are humbled and “niyaz” (supplication),
And you choose one of the various and parti coloured works, and take it in your heart by your life/soul, then you say in every breath to it: “You are the only person. Put all other friends aside, you are enough for me”.
That thing which you liked (chose) by your soul (JaN) is neither a form (surat), nor an embroider, know that.
In that case, don’t say “what seems is a form”, because your heart has seen the spiritual meaning (ma’na) from the form.
Know the God like this, see Him in every breath and from every face.
Look at the One who is illuminating the morning in every morning, and see Him.
Do not see anyone other than God in whatever is in both heaven and the earth.
Do not get stuck at the outer (zahir).
Since the Haqq is stating both the good and the evil; it is bad and wrong to see someone else other than Him. See the One who is bringing all of this creation into existence whether it is wet or dry, good or evil.
When the look comes to that state,you see at that state,
You see both what is becoming and what will become.
When you see Him without (associating) a partner, you see hundreds of worlds in every breath.
You fly in the heaven of the spirit without arms and wings.
You gain hundreds of futuhats  without palms and hands.
You arrive in such a land that there is no “quality-quantity” ,
The form (surat) of “quality-quantity” is something inferior/lowly in comparison to it,
It is a pure/absolute meaning (ma’na) , but those forms are the deposition.
People of “Ma’na” (Ahl-i ma’na) acquire the soul/life (JaN) from the forms and embroidery.
They find place (Mekân) in the land of Safety (Aman),
They all go sprightly to the One who gives “nimats (boon/favor)”.
 quality-quantity (Nelik-Niteliksiz): Sultan Walad is defining the land of spirit (Manawi ALAM), as this world or land of spirit is pure and naked. This means it is pure from forms. Bare or naked! Not quantifiable. What does naked mean? It means no attributes/qualities are seen. For instance, you can not say this is “a green”, “a big”, or “a small”. It is attribute-less. He says “nitelik-siz”. “Nitelik”: attribute, “-siz”: -less. “attribute-less” means it is free from quality. Therefore there is no “quality”. That place is attribute-less he says. There is no place for the question of “What ”. Because when you ask the question “What” it brings an attributable answer, e.g. it is a green vase. It brings “qualities”. Descriptions come from forms. When it is pure and absolute meaning or spirit, land of souls, land of spirit, there is no place for the question,”What” anymore. He says Neliksiz (Ne: What, liksiz: less) meaning “What-less”, or “attribute- less”. “Neliği – niteliği yoktur:”: There is no what-ness nor attribute. He says it is free of “What-ness”. In short we defined this in English as being free from “quality-quantity”…
That land is neither below nor above,
That is why its “tapı ( presence / door of God)” does not appear to the people
Heaven and earth are its stable (tavla ),
If you got on your horse, ride your horse towards the stable
This world is a transitory land, a desolated house,
However that world is where the mansions of our souls are
 Tavla: In Turkish, Tavla is a horse stable where they train and feed the tired horses to make them stronger so that they can become health enough to be used for various works.