Al-Quran Surah 91. Ash-Shams, Ayah 8

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فَأَلْهَمَهَا فُجُورَهَا وَتَقْوَاهَا


Asad : and how it is imbued with moral failings as well as with consciousness of God!6
Khattab :

then with ˹the knowledge of˺ right and wrong inspired it!

Malik : and inspired it with knowledge of what is wrong for it and what is right for it:
Pickthall : And inspired it (with conscience of) what is wrong for it and (what is) right for it.
Yusuf Ali : And its enlightenment as to its wrong and its right;
Transliteration : Faalhamaha fujooraha wataqwaha
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Asad 6 Lit., "and [consider] that which has inspired it with its immoral doings (fujuraha) and its God-consciousness (taqwaha)" - i.e., the fact that man is equally liable to rise to great spiritual heights as to fall into utter immorality is an essential characteristic of human nature as such. In its deepest sense, man's ability to act wrongly is a concomitant to his ability to act rightly: in other words, it is this inherent polarity of tendencies which gives to every "right" choice a value and, thus, endows man with moral free will (cf. in this connection note [16] on {7:24-25}).

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