Pearl of Wisdom

with regards to the following verse of Allah most High But whoever has been blind in this [world}, will be blind in the Hereafter': said, 'Whoever does not see that there is a great creator behind the creation of the heavens and the earth, the alternating night and day, the orbits of the sun and the moon and all the other wondrous signs will be blind in the Hereafter. ' He (AS) then said, 'This means he is blind to what he did not witness and (even) more astray from the (right) way.'

Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 3, p. 28, no. 2

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The word “birr”, which means righteousness and all its derivatives, are mentioned 20 times the Quran. God informs us that we shall reap what we have sown in the next world. None of our good deeds will be left unrewarded. All the derivatives of the word “reward” (sewab) good deeds are used in equal numbers, i.e. 20 times. Below are two verses in which these words are used;

2- …but help one another in righteousness and piety…
                                                                     5. The Feast, 2

195- …and the best of rewards is with God.
                                                3. The Family of Imran 195

The word Number of occurrence
Righteousness 20
Reward 20
 
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