1 . I swear by the Day of Resurrection.
2 . And I swear by the self-reproaching soul.
3 . Deemest man that We shall not assemble his bones?
4 . Yea! WE are Able to put together evenly his finger-tips.
5 . Aye! man desireth that he may sin before him.
6 . He asketh: when will the Day of Resurrection be?
7 . When, then, the sight shall be confounded.
8 . And the moon shall be ecliped.
9 . And the sun and the moon shall be joined.
10 . On that Day shall man say: whither is the fleeing.
11 . By no means! NO refuge!
12 . Unto thy Lord that Day is the recourse.
13 . To man will be declared on that Day that which he hath sent on and left behind.
14 . Aye! man against himself shall be an enlightenment.
15 . Although he may put forth his pleas.
16 . Move not thy tongue therewith that thou mayest hasten therewith.
17 . Verily upon us is the collecting thereof and the reciting thereof.
18 . Wherefore when We reciteit, follow thou the reciting thereof.
19 . And thereafter verily upon us is is the expounding thereof.
20 . By no means! Verily ye love the Herein.
21 . And leave the Hereafter.
22 . Countenances on that Day shall be resplendent,
23 . Looking toward their Lord.
24 . And countenances on that Day shall be scowling.
25 . Imagining that there will befall them a waiste-breaking calomity.
26 . By no means! When it cometh up to he collar-bone.
27 . And it is cried. who can charm?
28 . And he bethinketh that it is the time of parting.
29 . And one shank is entangled with the other shank.
30 . Unto thy Lord that Day is the drive.
31 . He neither believed nor prayed,
32 . But he belied and turned away.
33 . Then he departed Unto his house hold conceitedly.
34 . Woe Unto thee; woe!
35 . Again, woe Unto thee, woe!
36 . Deemest man that he is to be left uncontrolled?
37 . Was he not a sperm of emission emitted?
38 . Then he became a clot; then He created him and formed him.
39 . And made of him the two sexes, male and female.
40 . Is not That One then Able to quicken the dead?