Very Beautiful Hadith and Forgiveness in Islam

6 10 2007

This is truly a beautiful hadith. Very touching.  Many non Muslims think our religion is too hard and that we view Allah as only to be feared. Wheras, in reality Islam combines an equal amount of Love, Fear, and Hope.  We are only humans so inevitably we will make mistakes and sin from time to time. Often, we tend to despair when we commit a sin. But Alhamdullilah, our forgiveness is only a prayer away. We don’t need any intercessors. We don’t have to pray to anyone else. We have a direct link. Mash’Allah what a beautiful religion…….a beautiful Way of Life!

On the authority of Anas, who said: I heard the messenger of Allah say:

Allah the Almighty has said: “O son of Adam, so long as you call upon Me and ask of Me, I shall forgive you for what you have done, and I shall not mind. O son of Adam, were your sins to reach the clouds of the sky and were you then to ask forgiveness of Me, I would forgive you. O son of Adam, were you to come to Me with sins nearly as great as the earth and were you then to face Me, ascribing no partner to Me, I would bring you forgiveness nearly as great as its.”

 To receive forgiveness from God there are three requirements:

  1. Recognizing the offense itself and its admission before God.
  2. Making a commitment not to repeat the offense.
  3. Asking for forgiveness from God.

If the offense was committed against another human being, or against society, a fourth condition is added:

  1. Recognizing the offense before those against whom offense was committed and before God.
  2. Committing oneself not to repeat the offense.
  3. Doing whatever needs to be done to rectify the offense (within reason) and asking pardon of the offended party.
  4. Asking God for forgiveness.

There are no particular words to say for asking forgiveness. However, Muslims are taught many phrases and words to keep repeating daily asking God’s forgiveness. For example:

  • Astaghfiru-Allah, “I ask forgiveness from Allah”
  • Subhanaka-Allah humma wa bi hamdika wa ash-hadu al la Ilaha illa Anta astaghfiruka wa atubu ilayk, “Glory be to You, Allah, and with You Praise (thanks) and I bear witness that there is no deity but You, I ask Your forgiveness and I return to You (in obedience)”.

Islamic teaching presents the prophet Muhammad as an example of someone who would forgive others for their ignorance, even those who might have once considered themselves to be his enemies. One example of Muhammad’s practice of forgiveness can be found in the Hadith, the body of early Islamic literature about the life of Muhammad. This account is as follows:
The Prophet (may peace be upon him) was the most forgiving person. He was ever ready to forgive his enemies. When he went to Ta’if to preach the message of Allah, its people mistreated him, abused him and hit him with stones. He left the city humiliated and wounded. When he took shelter under a tree, the angel of Allah visited him and told him that Allah sent him to destroy the people of Ta’if because of their sin of maltreating their Prophet. Muhammad (may peace be upon him) prayed to Allah to save the people of Ta’if, because what they did was out of their ignorance.

The Doors of Repentance
by Imâm al-Madîna al-Munawarrah ‘Alî Abd-ur-Rahmân al-Hudhaifî
Allaah says:
 “Whosoever desires honour, power and glory then to Allaah belong all honour, power and glory [and one can get honour, power and glory only by worshipping Allaah(Alone)]. To Him ascend (all) the goodly words i.e. and the righteous deeds exalt it (the goodly words i.e. the goodly words are not accepted by Allaah unless and until they are followed by by good deeds), but those who plot evils, -theirs will be a severe torment. And the plotting of such will perish.” (Faatir 35:10).

He also says: “And your Lord said: ‘Invoke Me, [i.e. believe in My Oneness (Islamic Monotheism)] (and ask Me for anything) I will respond to your (invocation).Verily! Those who scorn My worship [i.e. do not invoke Me, and do not believe in My Oneness, (Islamic Monotheism)] they will surely enter Hell in humiliation.” (Ghaafir 40:60). 

Humbleness to and love for Allaah can only be actualised through worshipping Allaah in all aspects. Among the major acts of worship isrepentance. Even the greatest repentance which is the highest and the most compulsory act of worship is repentance from disbelief. Allaah says regarding what Prophet Hood as told his people:
 “And O my people! Ask forgiveness of your Lord and then repent to Him, He will send you (from the sky) abundant rain, and add strenght to your strength, so do not turn away as Mujrimun (criminals, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allah).” (Hood 11:52) 

Allaah also stressed while inviting the unbelievers unto repentance:
 “If they then repent, it will be better for them, but if they turn away, Allah will punish them with a painful torment in this worldly life and in the Hereafter. And there is none for them on earth as a Wali (supporter, protector) or a helper.” (At-Tawbah 9:74) 

Repentance from all sins is obligatory on every adult Muslim. This is emphasized by Allaah is His saying: “And all of you beg Allah to forgive you all, O believers, that you may be successful.” (An-Noor 24:31) The meaning of ‘ Tawbah’ is to turn back to Allaah by abandoning all major and minor sins and to repent to Allaah from all known and unknown sins. Al-Agharr Al-Muzanee narrated that the Messenger of Allaah saws said:
 “O people! Repent to Allaah and seek for His forgiveness. I repent to Him in a day 100 times.” (Reported by Muslim).

A sincere repentance according to the scholars has conditions:

1. To discontinue the sin.

2. To regret over its occurrence.

3. To determine never to go back to that sin again.

4. To give back the right to whom it is due if the sin involves a man.

The Prophet saws has also informed us that repentance can be done any time during the day or night. Aboo Moosaa Al-Ash‘aree narrated that the Prophet saws said:
 “Allaah holds out His Hand during the night to receive the repentance of the one who has committed wrong during the day and holds outs His Hand during the day to receive the repentance of the one who has committed wrong during the night.” (Muslim)

Indeed, Allaah is very happy when any of His slaves repents. If he responds to the call of his Lord and repents, he will have a prosperous life in this world and the good rewards in the hereafter. If he however does not repent, Allaah will punish him for his sins and He is not unjust with anyone.
Be aware also dear brother, that, among the logical reasons behind Allaah’s love for His slaves’s repentance is that one of His attributes is ‘At-Tawwaab’ (the One who accepts repentance). It indicates that Allaah accepts the repentance even if it is done repeatedly. And this attribute necessitates the existence of a sinner who repents from his sins so that Allaah will accept his repentance and forgive him. All other beautiful names of Allaah are like that. Each name demonstrates a great attribute of Allaah that the name contains and each of Allaah’s Beautiful Names necessitates the appearance of its signs on the universe.
Another reason behind His love for His slave’s repentance is that Allaah Himself is the Benefactor, Master of Infinite Goodness; whoever obeys Him through repentance He will be kind to him and reward him in this world and the next and whoever neglects repentance, Allaah will be kind to him in this world and will punish him in the hereafter for his evil deeds; for your Lord is not unjust towards His slaves.
Further, it is alright to repent from some sins though one will be held responsible for sins that are not repented from.
Dear Muslims! Door of repentance is open to all and sundry until the sun rises from the west. It is then that the door of repentance will be closed and faith will be of no avail to a soul which has not believed before. Safwaan ‘Assaal narrated that he heard the Messenger of Allaah saws saying:
 “Allaah opened a door west side for seventy years for the purpose of repentance, it will not be closed until the sun will rises from the west.” (At-Tirmidhee)

Allaah has also promised the best reward and good abode for the repentant when He says
 : “(The believers whose Allaah has purchased are) those who repent to Allaah (from polytheism and hypocrisy, etc.), who worship Him, who praise Him, who fast (or go out in Allaah’s cause), who prostrate themselves (in prayer), who enjoin (people) for Al-Ma‘ruf (i.e. Islamic Monotheism and all what Islam has ordained) and forbid (people) from Al-Munkar (i.e. disbelief, polytheism of all kinds and all that Islam has forbidden), and who observe the limits set by Allah (do all that Allah has ordained and abstain from all kinds of sins and evil deeds which Allah has forbidden). and give glad tidings to the believers.” (At-Tawbah 9:112) 

To emphasize Allaah’s love for the repentance of His servant, the Prophet saws said:
 “Allaah is happier when a servant of His repents to Him than a man who was on his camel in a waterless desert and the camel escaped from him with his food and water. When he has lost hope of finding it, he retired to a tree and lied down under its shade. As he was there, the camel suddenly appeared in front of him. He took hold of its halter and said in his state of excessive joy: ‘O my Lord You are my servant and I am Your Lord’. He uttered this erronious statement as a result of his being over-joyed.”(Muslim)

Fellow Muslims! Repentance is an act of worship done by the Prophets, Messengers and pious people. Allaah says:
 “Allah has forgiven the Prophet, the Muhajirun (Muslim emigrants who left their homes and came to A-Madinah) who followed him (Muhammad) in the time of distress (Tabuk expedition, etc.), after the hearts of a party or them had nearly deviated (from the Right Path), but He accepted their repentance. Certainly, He is unto them full of Kindness, Most Merciful.” (At-Tawbah 9:117) 

Muslim as a matter of necessity needs repentance every second of his life; he needs it after performing righteous deeds or after perpetrating forbidden acts. The Almighty says:
 “Seek the forgiveness of your Lord, and turn to Him in repentance, tahat He may grant you good enjoyment, for a term appointed, and bestow His abounding Grace to every owner of grace (i.e. the one who helps and serves needy and deserving, physically and with good words). But if you turn away, then I fear for you the torment of a Great Day (i.e. the Day of Resurrection).” (Hood 11:3) 

Brothers in faith! Fear Allaah that you may attain His Pleasure and Paradise and be saved from His wrath and punishment. Allaah says:
 “ But as for him who repented (from polytheism and sins, etc.), believed (in the Oneness of Allah and His Messenger Muhammad), and did righteous deeds (in the life or this world), then he will be among those who are successful.” (Qasas 28:67) 

The Prophet saws also said:
 “Indeed, Allaah accepts the repentance of man as long as he hasnt started gargling (i.e. dying).”

Hasten to repentance and be consistent on that after every good deeds and bad ones. Allaah says: 
 “And turn in repentance and in obedience with true Faith (Islamic Monotheism) to your Lord and submit to Him (in Islam), before the torment comes upon you, then you will not be helped. And follow the best of that which is sent downto you from your Lord (i.e. this Qur’an, do what it orders you to do and keep away from what it forbids), before the torment comes on you suddenly while you perceive not.” (Az-Zumar 39:54-55). 

Beware or wishful thinking that is caused by Satan and delusions of this finite world for, death can come suddenly. Some are indeed denied repentance by their unprepared ness for death and there are others who are lucky enough to repent sincerely before their death hence they are admitted among the righteous people by their Lord.






54 responses

6 10 2007

It is a very nice hadith,I agree.
Our religion is often misunderstood by disbelievers as they try to give it a meaning that is totally out of context. Allah has given us a chance of repentance, and many other ways through which we can ask forgiveness and erase our sins off. Though that doesnt mean that we can commit as many sins as we can,NO.

Looking forward to more posts.

6 10 2007

well, that’s a glimpse of hope for all the readers. *smiles* Well done SIster, makes us more conscientious of our actions and reminds us no matter how careful we are to stir away from sins, there is no regret in asking for forgiveness.
Allah knows best

6 10 2007

Mash’Allah sis, yes I could not agree more with you when you say that Islam combines Love, Hope and Fear. I enjoyed reading and being reminded how merciful Allah is.


9 10 2007

Such a lovely hadith 🙂 Thank you so much for posting it.

Ya Haqq!

18 10 2007

this is a very good Hadith Allah will bless you for this

26 10 2007
Abdul Aziz

Read your blog for the first time, and I must say this was a beautiful post! MashaAllah very well written and was completely to the point. May Allah SWT bless you and guide all of us to the right path InshaAllah [ameen]

29 01 2008
Ayesha a

this is such a nice hadith the nicest one i have ever read really good mashallah

5 03 2008

nothing is hard if Allah wants to make it easy. it also takes our willpower and determination. Forgiveness can be learnt only wen one has commited a sin and has realised that Allah, the Magnificent and Benevolent has forgiven him/her. then it makes it easy for us to forgive our fellow-beings. If we want Allah to forgive us, we should be able to forgive others that have hurt us and we should try our best not to repeat our mistakes. surely, Allah is All-Forgiving and the Most Merciful. Allahu-Akbar. May Allah forgive all of us who repent and give us the goodness of this world and the after.

19 03 2008

Assalamolikum wrwb
only say one thing that all dese types of links r stand of hope 4 all of us pplz who r sinner ,,,,so plz continue dis effort as only Allah swt can give jaza ameen ya rabbana

23 03 2008
Syed Ali

what a strong hadith. if u listen and then interpret the meaning and just imagine what it says, it’ one of the best hadith i have read. It has so much impact and truly shows the Allah swa as the most merciful and forgiving.

24 03 2008

alhamulilah for putting this hadith up. it helps us believers to carry on with our lives better knowing that there is a kind most forgiving lord up in the heavens.

24 03 2008

Sallam to all who read this.

I had stumbled across this site and read the above Hadith, It has opened my own eyes as I have been blinded for so long…May the Almighty Allah accept our Dua’s and may we who have nevr met…one day after the longest day all meet and make sallam to each other..I believe that one day we all will know one another…I live in hope that we all make it that day to sit and praise the Allmighty and his beloved Prophet (SAW).

I thank you for the hadith make dua for me and my journey…and forgive me…a lost brother.

3 04 2008

Assalaamu ‘alaykum, I found your blog when searching for ‘beautiful hadiths’ on google. MashaAllaah the hadith in your article is beautiful and the article gives hope. Jazakillaahu khayran.

2 06 2008

Thank you for posting this – the Hadith is indeed beautiful and is a beacon of hope for our world.

I am a Catholic who has also been taught the beauty of forgiveness. I hope all people of faith can hold onto this common belief as we struggle for justice and peace on this troubled earth.

3 06 2008

My question deals with sins that have been committed against another individual. I have commited sins against another person about 10 – 15 years back and have lost touch with them. Additionally, I am certain that I have wronged people that I am not aware of. In the case – that I would like to ask for forgiveness on this account and i have lost touch with the people how can I go about asking for forgiveness. I want to hold myself accountable before Allah (SWT) holds me accountable for sins that I have commited against Allah and sins I have commited against others.

3 06 2008
Umm Yusuf

Assalaamu Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu Salman,

I’m not a scholar so I don’t feel qualified to answer your question. However, you can click this link:

Sign up and post your question there and it will usually be answered within 24 hrs. 😀

Thanks for visiting the site. May Allah reward you and forgive all your sins. ameen.

10 07 2008
muhamed egyption

thanks for this thing allah wiil help you and i wish for all the muslem pepole the happeness forever we have the thru away

10 07 2008
Mohammed Irfan

Assalaam Alykum,

Dera Brothers & Sisters,

I am a muslim and facing very critical situation of my life. I left India to earn some money for our bright future but i could not feel good to stay with our family. I told my boss to leave me. He said you have to wait till new person come and have to pay expenses that incurred on me.

Muslims, in India my two msaoom kids and my lonely wife is badly waiting for me. We dont have that much of money to pay them off.

In that I need your valuable duwa that must make my way easy. And also pray for the patience to my wife. She alone (with the help of Allah) stand and facing my financial problems.

Please pray for us to out from this situation.

I am sure Allah will accept yours pray and let us out from our problems – Amin.

a brother in need of your duwas.

24 07 2008

i want to know what is the real meaning of the name Ruhina

24 07 2008

it is very nice

1 09 2008

Assalumu Alaikum

Its is a nice Hadith. Very Simple to read But Very Powerfull.
Keep it up sister.

5 09 2008

I have a question. Is forgiveness certain? Can we be sure our sin is forgiven if the above stated conditions are met? Are there any sins that cannot be forgiven?

9 05 2009
Ibn Rahman

To the Brother/ Sister who asked if he or she can be certain my answer is “DON’T BE”. It is Allah’s desire to forgive you. Look at it from this perspective. If you are certain that Allah will always forgive you then you will feel no shame and feel no humbleness. You’ll feel as if everytime you asked forgiveness Allah forgave you and therefore you will do a sin thinking that Allah will juts forgive you later. But do not be at a state of despair in which you feel hopeless. Hope that answered your question. Salam.

11 09 2008

asalamaamu alaykum brother and sister i would like to say that this web is so amazing and i like all of the hadith in this web s !!!!!! asalamu alaykum..

17 09 2008


17 09 2008


28 09 2008

I found your site by googling “forgiveness” and as a Catholic Christian I recognize the beautiful similarities of our different faith traditions, for example the requirements and conditions for forgiveness. As a Christian we too must follow these actions. My prayer is that all people should be open to looking at the ways we are similar instead of different. My heart is saddened by how “religion” has caused so much pain in our world. If we could all just respect one another’s different paths to inner peace and love, our world would be a gift to all of us and maybe we would treat our earth and one another better. Thank you for creating such a beautiful blog that will reach people of all faith traditions. May Allah bless you for your efforts. May we all experience the blessings that come from forgiveness and love.

10 11 2008

Thanks, I love this page. Salam alaikum.

20 11 2008
usman azeem

thanks for posting this hadis.ALLA BLESS U .YEH UMEED KI KIRAN FOR MANY OF US.

10 12 2008

this is wonderful,but am still suprise to see muslims i mean good muslims, unable to forgive some one who offends him or her.islam is about forgiveness,most musilms do not understand this.thanks for the good work.

1 02 2009

barakallahu fiik sister, may Allah grant you jannah. a great source of knowledge, and a reminder of which we are all in need of

7 02 2009

Mashallah very nice, this is a great reminder that allah forgives all sins, and that it’s never to late to repent for anything you’ve done…

1 03 2009

Very beautiful.

14 03 2009

mashallah subhnallah what a beautiful hadees.jazakallah khair………

25 03 2009

Thanks sister for the wonderful hadith,it instills inside me new hope and an ambition not to continue to commit sins.

27 03 2009

masha allah….
allahu akbar…..

27 03 2009

Allah is Great.
Insha Allah….He will forgive our sins.Bcoz Allah is more gracious beneficent; merciful; He shows kindness towards his creations…..As we are His very own loving creations then how will He punish us…?
I have heard that Allah is more merciful….He is not even equal to the love of 70 Mothers…….He love us more than it……
As a human being, no one can hate their mother….Realy Allah is loving us more than a Mother can…….

10 05 2009

mashallah beautiful hadith right der x

23 05 2009

a man killed 99 persons, he then went to a scholar and explain what he commited and ask whether Allah will forgive. the scholar said no and he killed the scholar this make up 100 person he the went to another scholar and ask him the same question and the scholar told him that can forgive him but he should travel to a town where people devote to the worship of Allah, before he reached the town, Allah decide to take his life , so the angel of torment come to take his life so also the angel mercy come to take the mans life so there is argument among the two angel , so Allah sent another angel in form human and the ask him to judge, so he measured the distance between the man and the old town as well as to th new town he want to go, so Allah out of his infinite mercy make the man to be closer to the new town where he want to go repent, so the angel of mercy took the mans life. this is a proof that Allah is merciful and forgiven.

25 05 2009

This is inspiring and beautiful. May God bless you for sharing this. Glad to discover this note, it is not easy to treat evil with kindness.

3 06 2009

Masha’allah :), JazakallahuKhair for sharing.

5 06 2009

and what about feeling okay with myself after i have done too much ugly things repeatedly and then desided to stop for the name of faith for god! and i want to to be a good man!

24 08 2009

its a very nice hadith
insha allah we live according to it

29 08 2009

To Paradise, Serial Killer!
By Muhammad Fathi
Shari`ah Assistant Editor-English

Is there still a chance? Can my sins be forgiven? I have committed all kinds of sins, can I get them wiped out? Would Allah really accept me after years of deviation and defiance? These are some of questions that haunt many people when they think of repentance (tawbah) and decide to do away with their shameful past.
The answer to these painful questions was provided by our beloved teacher, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). He related to us the story of a man who murdered not one, two, or even a dozen of people. He slew 100 people but was still eager to repent and turn over a new leaf.
How did Allah receive such a person? Did Allah accept him or kick him out of His mercy? Let’s start our journey with this man and try to take lessons from each juncture in his story:
Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “He was directed to a monk. He came to him and told him that he had killed 99 people and asked him if there was any chance for his repentance to be accepted.”
Ninety-nine persons were murdered by this man, but his heart was still alive. His conscience pricked him and he felt the innate disposition towards good. He was ashamed of his black record and wanted to rectify it. He actually made the decision to repent and followed this decision with the first practical steps. This is an important point, in fact, for procrastination is one of the evilest satanic traps. Sometimes, you feel enthusiastic and eager to correct your path, but if you do not turn these wishes into deeds, the wishes quickly abate. They are merely daydreams, castles in the air.
There is still another lesson to be considered: When looking for a counselor, this murderer asked about the most learned person on earth. This teaches us to be careful when seeking a fatwa or advice. When you get sick or have something wrong with you, you go to the best doctor. When you intend to build a house, you go to the best architect. We should bear in mind that the matter of religion is far more serious.
Now, did the person to whom our remorseful murderer was referred rise up to the expectations? Let’s see:
“He replied in the negative and the man killed him also, completing one hundred. He then asked about the most learned man on the earth. He was directed to a scholar.”
Alas, the monk was not qualified to give advice on such matters. He was a monk dedicating his life to worship and devotion. But this is not sufficient to give counsel and fatwas to people. To do so, one needs to be a knowledgeable scholar who is well-acquainted with the principles and teachings of Islam. This setback, however, did not prevent the man from pursuing, once again, the path of Allah. This is an important point because many people give in after the first failure, and only one obstacle is enough to make them retrace their steps.
Now, the murderer is referred to a reliable scholar.
“He [the murderer] told him that he had killed 100 people and asked him if there was any chance for his repentance to be accepted. The scholar replied in the affirmative and asked, ‘Who stands between you and repentance?'”
This is the right answer. Allah’s mercy is wide open and He Almighty is ready to receive the sincere repentant. But, is it enough to just say “I repent”? Is repentance a matter of lip service and ritual formalities? Let’s see what the advice of the knowledgeable scholar was:
“‘Go to such-and-such land; there (you will find) people devoted to worship of Allah. Join them in worship, and do not come back to your land because it is an evil place.'”
So, break your repentance down into practical steps. Abandon anything that attracts you to your sinful past; avoid bad friends who tempt you to sin; ready yourself for the new life by preparing a helpful environment.
“So he went away and hardly had he covered half the distance when death overtook him; and there was a dispute between the angels of mercy and the angels of torment. The angels of mercy pleaded, ‘This man has come with a repenting heart to Allah,’ and the angels of punishment argued, ‘He never did a virtuous deed in his life.’ Then there appeared another angel in the form of a human being and the contending angels agreed to make him arbiter between them. He said, ‘Measure the distance between the two lands. He will be considered belonging to the land to which he is nearer.’ They measured and found him closer to the land (of piety) where he intended to go, and so the angels of mercy collected his soul.” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim

5 09 2009


The only sin that Allah will not forgive is the sin of Shirk. Shirk means to assoicate partners with God. to turn to someone other than him. Part of our prayer is ” iyah ka nabudu wa iya ka nastaeen” You alone we worship and you alone we ask for help” To believe in monthesim and practise it. This is the only sin Allah says he will not forgive.

16 10 2009

Mash’Allah wa Alhumduillah for this great blog and very insightful comments. I’m eager to begin my path as a fallen sister to sin. This gives me hope and courage that I can do it and not tempt to sin anymore. Afterall, isn’t this the test from Allah (swt) to see who can withstand guilty pleasures and instead commit and devote ourselves to Allah’s (swt) mercy. I ask that my fellow brothers and sisters make du’aa for me and for others who are searching for the guidance of Allah (swt). JazakAllah khair.

13 11 2009

i used these hadith sources here for my khutba, and therefore benefited 20+ , and sent it to many ppl thru mail, and all the reward is recorded for you too.
may Allah forgive all your sins, and unite you with him in Jannatul fir dauws.

3 12 2009

this is all true ppl should ask forgivness from Allah walakumas salam

3 12 2009

this is so true

19 12 2009

MashALlah. Jazzkallahu khayr

17 03 2010

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.

Mash’allah, Jazakallah khair for sharing this wonderful topic.
Subhanallah, Allah is the most merciful and to him belong the most beautiful names so please pray for the forgiveness of all the believers and pray that we all receive the best in this world and the best in the hereafter and that we all be saved by the fire.

18 04 2010


25 04 2010
Muhammad Ashraf

Assalamu alaikum

Its very nice to hear this hadith every time we do a sin..and it makes us to repent to Allah again

14 06 2010

Subhan’Allah! May Allah (SWT) Forgive us..Ameen!

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