Bir mâbed düşünün; duvarlarında kuşlara yuva olarak kuş sarayları; avlusunda pisiler, kuşlar ve diğer hayvanlar için su yalakları; kapısında muhtaç insanlar için sadaka taşları.. İşte böylesi bir mabede biz Câmi yani cem eden diyoruz. Hem emînleri yani mü’minleri cem eden, hem tüm hayırları cem eden..

Consider a place of worship; bird palaces as bird nests on the walls, drinkers for cats, birds and other animals in the courtyard, alms stones for the needy at the door.

Charity stone: It is a stone with a hollow in the middle. These stones used to stand on one side of buildings such as mosques, madrasas and fountains. The rich would leave gold and silver coins as alms. The poor used to get that money from there secretly or openly. Thus, the pride of the poor would not be offended. The poor could freely take as much money as they wanted from this pit. Moreover, the one who left the money would not be arrogant and ostentatious. There were no guards at the head of these stones. He writes in the history books; the money would stay there for days and there would be no room. No one would steal that money. The welfare of the people was very high. But sometimes the poor would get as much money as they needed from there.

These are the ones we count, namely alms stones, bird palaces, water troughs; Istanbul Edirne was adjacent to many Turkish mosques, especially Bursa.

Mosque means meeting place. It is the place where both believers gather and, as we see, all good deeds come together.