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73:1  O Muzzammil (folded in garments - one of the nick names of the Prophet Muhammad)
73:2  Stand in prayers at night, but not the whole night
73:3  half of it or a little less
73:4  or a little more; and recite the Qur’an with measured tone
73:5  Soon We are going to send you a weighty message
73:6  Surely the getting up at night for prayer is most effective for controlling the self and most suitable for reciting the Qur’an as well
73:7  because, during the day you are hard pressed with worldly affairs
73:8  Remember the name of your Lord and devote yourself to Him exclusively
73:9  He is the Lord of the east and the west: there is no god but Him, therefore, take Him as your Protector
73:10  Bear patiently with what they say and leave their company in a polite manner
73:11  Let me deal with rejecters who are enjoying the comforts of this life, so put up with them for a while
73:12  We have in store for them heavy fetters and a blazing fire
73:13  choking food and a painful punishment
73:14  On the day when the earth with all its mountains will be in a violent commotion, and the mountains will crumble into heaps of shifting sand
73:15  O mankind, We have sent towards you a Messenger, to bear witness for you or against you, as We sent a Messenger towards Pharaoh before you
73:16  Pharaoh disobeyed Our Messenger; so We seized him with a firm grip
73:17  If you persist in unbelief, how will you save yourselves on that Day which shall turn the children grey-headed
73:18  the heaven shall split asunder, and His promise shall be fulfilled
73:19  Surely this is but a reminder, so let him who wills, take the Right way to His Lord
73:20  Surely your Lord knows that you stand in prayers nearly two- thirds of the night, and sometimes one-half or one-third of it, so do others among your companions. Allah has the measures of the night and the day. He knows that you will not be able to keep it up, so He has turned to you in Mercy, therefore, read from the Qur’an as much as you easily can. He knows that there may be some sick people among you, and some others who travel through the land to seek Allah’s bounty; and yet some others fighting for the cause of Allah. Therefore, read as much of the Qur’an as you easily can. Establish the Salah (five time daily prayers) and pay the Zakah (poor due), and give to Allah a goodly loan. Whatever good you will send forth for yourselves, you will find it with Allah, which will be much better and greater in reward. Seek Allah’s forgiveness, surely Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful