مَّنۡ عَمِلَ صَٰلِحًا فَلِنَفۡسِهِۦ ۖ وَمَنۡ أَسَآءَ فَعَلَيۡهَا ۗ وَمَا رَبُّكَ بِظَلَّٰمٍ لِّلۡعَبِيدِ
Whoever works righteousness benefits his own soul; whoever works evil, it is against his own soul: nor is thy Lord ever unjust (in the least) to His Servants.<br/>
Whoever acts righteously, it is for [the good of] his own soul, that he acts [thus], and whoever does evil, it is to the detriment thereof, in other words, the harm consequent from his evildoing will [only] be to him. And your Lord is not [at all] a tyrant to His servants, that is, He is not One of injustice, as He, exalted be He, says: Surely God shall not wrong so much as the weight of an atom [Q. 4:40].