Tafsir of Verse(s): [1]
قَدْ أَفْلَحَ الْمُؤْمِنُونَ 1
¡ Truly the believers have prospered, 1 Commentators record a tradition that says that God created Adam with His Hand, wrote the Torah with His Hand, and planted (the Garden of) Eden with His Hand, and then said, “Truly the believers have prospered” (Ṭ) or that God said this when He created the Garden (Ṭ). “To prosper” has the literal sense of being successful or thriving and is also related to the notion of “cultivation” in an agricultural context; it is used in the Quran (e.g., 3:104; 6:21; 10:17; 30:38) to distinguish between those who thrive and flourish and those who do not do so in this life and especially in the Hereafter; see 2:5c.