Al-Quran Surah 92. Al-Lail, Ayah 20

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إِلَّا ابْتِغَاءَ وَجْهِ رَبِّهِ الْأَعْلَىٰ


Asad : but only out of a longing for the countenance of his Sustainer, the All-Highest:
Khattab :

but seeking the pleasure of their Lord, the Most High.

Malik : except seeking the good pleasure of his Rabb, the Most High.
Pickthall : Except as seeking (to fulfil) the purpose of his Lord Most High.
Yusuf Ali : But only the desire to seek for the countenance of their Lord Most High. 6174
Transliteration : Illa ibtighaa wajhi rabbihi alaAAla
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Yusuf Ali 6174 The definition of Righteousness, Charity, or Self-sacrifice, becomes thus highly spiritualised. The Atqa are so completely identified with Allah's Will that everything else is blotted out to them. What would seem to be sacrifice from other points of view, becomes their own highest pleasure and satisfaction. Every virtuous man will have his own bliss, for there are degrees in virtue and bliss. This supreme bliss is the portion-not the prize-of supreme virtue.

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