'From the bosom of God himself;
I proceed forth, into the ears of the hearers,
Spread by the mouth of the righteous,
And believed by the hearts of the faithful,
In the word of God and in sayings of the wise, I am present;
But in sin and mendacious feats,
I, Truth, do not abide,
If you despise me, you despise your life.
Knowledge is not power, unless it is the truth,
Without me, wisdom is folly.
Neither friends nor foes do I desire,
But to be known and obeyed by men.
For with this, evil will have no place,
And the earthlings will not go astray.'
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem