Al-Quran Surah 67. Al-Mulk, Ayah 10

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وَقَالُوا لَوْ كُنَّا نَسْمَعُ أَوْ نَعْقِلُ مَا كُنَّا فِي أَصْحَابِ السَّعِيرِ


Asad : And they will add: "Had we but listened [to those warnings], or [at least] used our own reason, we would not [now] be among those who are destined for the blazing flame!"8
Khattab :

And they will lament, “If only we had listened and reasoned, we would not be among the residents of the Blaze!”

Malik : They will further say: "Had we only listened or used our intelligence, we would have not been among the inmates of the blazing fire."
Pickthall : And they say: Had we been wont to listen or have sense, we had not been among the dwellers in the flames.
Yusuf Ali : They will further say: "Had we but listened or used our intelligence we should not (now) be among the Companions of the Blazing Fire!" 5567
Transliteration : Waqaloo law kunna nasmaAAu aw naAAqilu ma kunna fee ashabi alssaAAeeri
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Asad   
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Asad 8 Reason, properly used, must lead man to a cognition of God's existence and, thus, of the fact that a definite plan underlies all His creation. A logical concomitant of that cognition is the realisation that certain aspects of the divine plan touching upon human life - in particular, the distinction between right and wrong - are being continuously disclosed to man through the medium of the revelation which God bestows on His chosen message-bearers, the prophets. This innate "bond with God" (referred to in 2:27 and explained in the corresponding note [19]) may be broken only at the expense of man's spiritual future, with suffering in the life to come as the inevitable alternative.

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Yusuf Ali 5567 Man has himself the power given to him to distinguish good from evil, and he is further helped by the teachings of the great Messengers or World Teachers. Where such Teachers do not come into personal contact with an individual or a generation, the true meaning of their teaching can be understood by means of the Reason which Allah has given to every human soul to judge by. It is failure to follow a man's light sincerely that leads to his degradation and destruction.

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