|Give my soul its good and purify it, for You are the best to purify it||Verily, I seek refuge with You from a heart that is not humble, a soul that is not satisfied, knowledge that does not benefit and a supplication that is not answered|
|Then He showed it its Fujur and its Taqwa||This means that he makes it dull, and he disregards it by neglecting to allow it to receive guidance|
'' Muslim also recorded this Hadith.8
|Give my soul its good|
|This could mean that whoever purifies himself by obedience to Allah, then he will be successful||Zayd then said, "The Messenger of Allah used to teach us these words and we now teach them to you|
It also could mean that he is indeed successful whose soul Allah purifies, and he has failed whose soul Allah corrupts.