Al-Quran Surah 76. Ad-Dahr, Ayah 25

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وَاذْكُرِ اسْمَ رَبِّكَ بُكْرَةً وَأَصِيلًا


Asad : and bear in mind thy Sustainer's name23 at morn and evening
Malik : Glorify the name of your Rabb morning and evening;
Mustafa Khattab :

˹Always˺ remember the Name of your Lord morning and evening,

Pickthall : Remember the name of thy Lord at morn and evening.
Yusuf Ali : And celebrate the name of thy Lord morning and evening 5856
Transliteration : Waothkuri isma rabbika bukratan waaseelan
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Asad   
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Asad 23 I.e. His "attributes" as they manifest themselves in His creation - since the human mind can grasp only the fact of His existence and the manifestation of those "attributes", but never the "how" of His Reality (Razi).

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Yusuf Ali   
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Yusuf Ali 5856 Three methods of Prayer and Devotion are mentioned: (1) to remember and celebrate the holy name of Allah always; (2) to spend a part of the night in humble prostration; and (3) to glorify Him in the long hours of a weary night of waiting and watching. As to (1), "morning and evening" means all the waking hours of our life, but in the special hours of morning and evening the physical world without us, and the inner world within us, combine to make us specially receptive of spiritual influences. The "name" of Allah includes His attributes, as a locked golden casket might include priceless jewels. Any one may carry the casket, even though he may not be worthy to handle the jewels. If he carries the casket, he is in potential possession of the jewels, and he hopes some time to get the key which opens the jewels to him. So the tyro, who celebrates the holy name of Allah, hopes some day to see the "Face" of Allah and be blessed with the privilege of proximity to His Person. For (2) and (3) see next note.

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