Al-Quran Surah 94. Al-Sharh, Ayah 6

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إِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا


Asad : verily, with every hardship comes ease!
Khattab :

Surely with ˹that˺ hardship comes ˹more˺ ease.1

Malik : Surely with every difficulty there is relief.
Pickthall : Lo! with hardship goeth ease;
Yusuf Ali : Verily with every difficulty there is relief.
Transliteration : Inna maAAa alAAusri yusran
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  Imran Shah    
  10 years 24 weeks ago
This is a good Ayah to always keep in mind.

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 If a definite noun is repeated in Arabic, it means that we are referring to the same thing. For example, “I met the man and I gave the man some money.” But if an indefinite noun is repeated, it means we are referring to two different things. For example, “I met a man and I gave a man some money.” With this in mind, we realize that 94:5-6 refers to one hardship (a definite noun) and two different eases (an indefinite noun). Hence, the Arabic saying: “Two eases cannot be overcome by one hardship.”

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