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“O people! Livelihood has been decreed and no
human will exceed what had been decreed for him;
therefore, seek your livelihood easily.
And the span of life is limited, no one can exceed what
had been decreed for him; therefore, rush without delay to
do good deeds before this life is over.
All deeds are computed, none will be forgotten, neither
small nor big; therefore commit many good deeds.
O people! Indeed there is ease in moderation, and there is
sufficiency and economization, and there is comfort in
For every deed there is a reward.
Everything which is coming will be here very soon.”—
IT IS SAID that after surah 89 (Al-Fajr) was revealed, some time elapsed during which the Prophet did not receive any revelation, and that his opponents in Mecca taunted him on this score, saying, “Thy God has forsaken and scorned thee!” - whereupon the present surah was revealed. Whether or not we accept this somewhat doubtful story, there is every reason to assume that the surah as such, although in the first instance addressed to the Prophet, has a far wider purport: it concerns - and is meant to console - every faithful man and woman suffering from the sorrows and bitter hardships which so often afflict the good and the innocent, and which sometimes cause even the righteous to question God’s transcendental justice.
"CONSIDER the bright morning hours,
and the night when it grows still and dark.
Thy Sustainer has not forsaken thee,
nor does He scorn thee:
for, indeed, the life to come will be better for thee
than this earlier part [of thy life]!
And, indeed, in time will thy Sustainer grant thee
[what thy heart desires], and thou shalt be well-pleased.
Has He not found thee an orphan, and given thee shelter?
And found thee lost on thy way, and guided thee?
And found thee in want, and given thee sufficiency?
Therefore, the orphan shalt thou never wrong,
and him that seeks [thy] help shalt thou never chide,
and of thy Sustainer’s blessings shalt thou [ever] speak.”