Al-Hadid (Iron) 57:23

In order that you may not grieve at the things that you fail to get, nor rejoice over that which has been given to you. And Allâh likes not prideful boasters.

That you may not grieve over what is lost to you nor exult because of that which HE has bestowed upon you. And ALLAH loves not any conceited boaster.

In order that you may not be sad over matters that you fail to get, nor rejoice (to be full of joy) because of that which has been given to you. And Allah likes not prideful boasters.

Thus, you should not grieve over anything you miss, nor be proud of anything He has bestowed upon you. GOD does not love those who are boastful, proud.

So that you grieve not for what has escaped you, nor exult in that which He has given you. And Allah loves not any arrogant boaster.

So that you would not grieve over what you have lost nor become too happy about what God has granted to you. God does not love the arrogant boastful ones who are niggardly and who try to make other people also niggardly.

So that you may not grieve for what has escaped you, nor be exultant (very happy, especially at someone else's defeat or failure) at what He has given you; and Allah does not love any arrogant boaster.

(Allâh has apprised you of this) that you may neither grieve over that (good) which is lost to you, nor exult because of that which He has granted you. Allâh has no love for all those who are haughty and boastful.

Lest ( in order to prevent any possibility that something will happen) you grieve for what you missed, or rejoice at what you received. God does not love the egoist and the braggart.

So that you may not grieve for what has escaped you, nor be exultant at what He has given you; and Allah does not love any arrogant boaster.

So that you may not be saddened upon losing something, nor rejoice upon what you are given; and Allah does not like any boastful, conceited person.

So that you may not grieve for what has escaped you, nor exult because of what God has granted you: God does not love anyone proud and boastful.

[Know this,] so that you may not despair over whatever [good] has escaped you nor exult [unduly] over whatever [good] has come to you for, God does not love any of those who, out of self-conceit, act in a boastful manner.

Faults, Light, Pleasant Life, Job, Forgiveness
"Blessed is he whose own faults keep him from seeing the faults of others." -Imam Ali (AS).
"There is always enough light for the one who wants to see." ~ Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (ع).
"There are two ways to live a pleasant life, either in someone's heart or in someone's prayer." -Imam Ali (AS).
The most merciful person is the one who forgives when he is able to revenge. Imam Hussein (AS).

Your job is not to judge. Your job is not to figure out if someone deserves something. Your job is to lift the fallen, to restore the broken, and to heal the hurting.”
Forgiveness is almost a selfish act because of its immense benefits to the one who forgives.


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