عنوان مقاله [English]
In Sufism and mysticism history, one of the important theoretical issues that has had a lasting and deep impact on all mystical and literary currents, is the issue of the covenant (Surah Al-A'raf, 172). At the beginning of Islam, this concept was mainly reflected by the words included in the verse and presenting its apparent meaning, but when it entered the works of thinkers, its semantic course and lexical development also changed and was mainly mixed with "eternal love" which reached its peak in the works of Molavi. In his poems, both in Masnavi and Diwan Kabir, he refers to the eternal covenant with all its various manifestations and concepts with additional and descriptive compounds, and he interprets them in a semantic cluster with words replaced by the word Alsat. Rumi in his prose works, including the book Fiehmafieh, also dealt with the concept of firstness in a special way, by correlating these terms with the common ones in Masnavi and Diwan Kabir. It is possible to interpret them in such a way that these three books should be explained and in a way known as each other's expansion and interpretation. This article, by presenting the reflection of the Alsat verse in the book Fiehmafieh, by showing some of the key topics associated with this one in the mentioned book, explains the difference in the style of this work with the Masnavi Ma'navi and Diwan Shams.