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89:1  By the daybreak
89:2  and by ten nights
89:3  by the even and the odd
89:4  and by the night as it recedes,
89:5  is there not in [all] that an oath for a rational person?
89:6  Have you not considered how your Lord dealt with Aad,
89:7  with Iram of the pillars,
89:8  whose like was never created in any land,
89:9  with Thamud, those who carved the rocks in the valley
89:10  And with Pharaoh, of the stakes?
89:11  All of them committed excesses in the lands,
89:12  and spread much corruption there.
89:13  So your Lord poured on them a scourge of punishment.
89:14  Your Lord is always watchful.
89:15  As for human being, whenever his Lord tests him, by honoring him, and blessing him, he says, "My Lord has honored me."
89:16  But when He tries him, and restricts his provision for him, he says, "My Lord has humiliated me."
89:17  Not at all! It is you who are not generous with the orphans,
89:18  and you do not urge one another to feed the needy
89:19  you who devour the inheritance [of others] with obvious greed
89:20  and you who passionately love wealth.
89:21  No indeed! When the earth is crushed, pounded and crushed
89:22  and your Lord comes with the angels, row after row,
89:23  on that Day, Hell will be brought near. On that Day, the human being will remember, but what good will that be to him then?
89:24  He will say, "I wish I had provided for this life to come."
89:25  On that Day, none will punish as He punishes.
89:26  And none will shackle as severely as He shackles.
89:27  [To the righteous it will be said], "Tranquil soul,
89:28  Return to your Lord, well-pleased and pleasing [to Him],
89:29  go in among My worshipers,
89:30  and into My Garden."