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|dc.description.abstract||Abstract This article explores the conception of blessing or baraka through Qur’anic perspective; tafsir. Blessing etymologically means al-ziyadah, value-added; al-Sa'adah; happiness, aldu'a; a prayer, al-manfa'ah; expediency, al-Baqa'; eternal, al-taqdis; a sacred entity. This article utilizes a normative description method whereas many researches have been previously performed in a more rigorous manner. The primary source is Quranic verses in addition to prophet’s narration, hadith as the secondary resource. It is found that there are various types of blessing exist in Quran, for example blesing related to Objects, person, and place. There are 14 verses in the Qur'an which have links with baraka concept. To conclude, the idea of blessing from the divine comes from the direction that is often neither expected nor materially limited, nor even measured, then all the additional value that cannot be measured by human senses||id|
|dc.title||Blessings in the qur'an back to basic virtue in life||id|
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