87- AND WE HAVE GIVEN YOU SEVEN GOOD ONES, AND THE GREAT QURAN.
88- DO NOT LOOK OUT AT WHAT WE LET SOME OF THEM ENJOY, AND DO NOT GRIEF FOR THEM AND LOWER YOUR WING FOR THE BELIEVERS (HUMBLE YOURSELF TO THEM)
The seven good ones are believed to be either:-
1- The seven long Sorahs of the Quran.
2- The seven Ayahs of Sorah Al-Fateha. . It was reported that a man called Abe Saead Ibn AlMeali said: “While I was praying, Allah’s messenger, prayer and peace upon him, called me, and I did not answer him. I finished praying and went to him, he said to me:”What prevented you from answering me?” I said: “Allah’s messenger, I was praying”. He said: “Did Allah the Exalted in Power and the Majestic not say “YOU WHO BELIEVE, ANSWER ALLAH’S MESSENGER WHEN HE CALLS YOU TO WHAT GIVES YOU LIFE”. “I will teach you the greatest Sorah in the Quran before I leave the mosque”. Later, when he went to go out, I said to him: “Allah’s messenger, what about what you said to me?” He said: “It is ‘GRATITUDE AND PRAISE TO ALLAH THE LORD OF ALL THE WORLDS’. It is the seven good and great verses I was given and it is the Great Quran’”. (N: Iftetah; 26 & D: Qeraah; 26 & B: Fadael al Quran; 9)
The whole of the Quran Ayahs are good ones, but the best out of the good, are the seven Ayahs of Al-Fateha.
Allah the Highest is also telling His messenger, prayer and peace upon him, and the Muslims, not to look at what other people have and think about what they have and wish you had the same, for the pleasures of the Lower Life are not great bounties, for they are short lived and temporary.
Some people feel envious of what others have, that they do not have, and some people think that the wealth and authority are blessings from Allah the Highest. However, wealth and authority are as much of a test and trial for a person as afflictions and poverty. Wealth and authority are not evidence of Allah’s pleasure or displeasure with people. Allah the Highest provides for the believer and disbeliever, and for the pious and the wicked.
Allah the Highest is also telling His messenger and the Muslim not to grief because of what the disbelievers say, and because many of the disbelievers would not believe. Allah the Highest said about him: “THERE HAS COME TO YOU, A MESSENGER, FROM AMONGST YOU, WHO GRIEVE FOR YOUR HARDSHIP, WHO CARES FOR YOU, AND IS KIND AND COMPASSIONATE TO THE BELIEVERS”. (S: 9 A: 128)
And said to His messenger, prayer and peace upon him,: “SO WOULD YOU DESTROY YOURSELF OUT OF SORROW IF THEY DO NOT BELIEVE IN THESE WORDS (QURAN) * WE HAVE MADE ALL THERE IS ON EARTH TO BEAUTIFY IT, IN ORDER TO TEST THEM AND SEE WHO OF THEM WILL DO GOOD”. (S: 18 A: 6-7)
Allah the Highest commands His messenger, prayer and peace upon him, to humble himself to the believers; that is to be kind and approachable, to be understanding and forgiving. Indeed, Allah the Highest reproved Mohamed, prayer and peace upon him, when he frowned and looked away, when a blind Muslim man went to speak to him, while he was speaking some of the leaders of the disbelievers in Makah. Allah the Highest sent him Quran about this, saying: “HE FROWNED AND TURNED AWAY * WHEN THE BLIND MAN WENT TOO HIM * AND HOW DO YOU KNOW, HE MIGHT PURIFY HIMSELF * OR LEARN AND WHAT HE LEARN BENEFIT HIM”. (S: 80 A: 1-4)
This is what Allah the Highest said to His messenger, prayer and peace upon him, other Muslims should be even more humble to the Muslims.