There is a sign for them in the dead earth: We give it life, producing grain from it for them to eat.
And We have placed in it gardens of palm trees and grapevines, and caused springs to gush forth in it,
so that they may eat from its fruit, which they had no hand in making. Will they not then give thanks?
Glory be to the One Who created all ˹things in˺ pairs—˹be it˺ what the earth produces, their genders, or what they do not know!
There is also a sign for them in the night: We strip from it daylight, then—behold!—they are in darkness.
The sun travels for its fixed term. That is the design of the Almighty, All-Knowing.
As for the moon, We have ordained ˹precise˺ phases for it, until it ends up like an old, curved palm stalk.
It is not for the sun to catch up with the moon,1 nor does the night outrun the day. Each is travelling in an orbit of their own.

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