Al-Quran Surah 92. Al-Lail, Ayah 19

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وَمَا لِأَحَدٍ عِنْدَهُ مِنْ نِعْمَةٍ تُجْزَىٰ


Asad : not as payment for favours received,8
Khattab :

not in return for someone’s favours,

Malik : not seeking any favor from anyone for which a reward is expected in return,
Pickthall : And none hath with him any favor for reward,
Yusuf Ali : And have in their minds no favor from anyone for which a reward is expected in return 6173
Transliteration : Wama liahadin AAindahu min niAAmatin tujza
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Asad   
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Asad 8 Lit., "no one having with him any favour to be repaid". In its widest sense, projected towards the future, the phrase implies also the expectation of a reward.

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Yusuf Ali 6173 The good man does not give in charity or do his good deeds with the motive that he is returning someone else's favour and compensating and rewarding someone for some service done to him or expecting some reward in retum for his own good deed: the sole motive in his mind is that he desires the Countenance or Good Pleasure of Allah Most High. This "Countenance" or "Face" (Arabic, Wajh) implies good pleasure or approval; but it implies something more. It also means the Cause,-either the "final cause" or the "efficient cause" of Aristotelian philosophy. For the Atqa would refer everything, backwards in origin and forwards in destiny, to Allah. Allah is the source of their goodness, as well as its goal or purpose.

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