Indeed, there have come to you insights from your Lord. So whoever chooses to see, it is for their own good. But whoever chooses to be blind, it is to their own loss. I (Mohammad) am not your guardian [and responsible for the consequences of your choice.]"Quran 6:104
Al-An’am (Arabic: ٱلأنعام, al-ʾanʿām; meaning: The Cattle) is the sixth chapter (sūrah) of the Quran, with 165 verses (āyāt).
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قَدۡ جَاۤءَكُم بَصَاۤىِٕرُ مِن رَّبِّكُمۡۖ 
فَمَنۡ أَبۡصَرَ فَلِنَفۡسِهِۦۖ 
وَمَنۡ عَمِیَ فَعَلَیۡهَاۚ 
وَمَاۤ أَنَا۠ 
عَلَیۡكُم بِحَفِیظࣲ
This surah dwells on such themes as the clear signs of Allah’s Dominion and Power, rejecting polytheism and unbelief, the establishment of Tawhid (pure monotheism), the Revelation, Messengership, and Resurrection.
(اے محمدﷺ! ان سے کہہ دو کہ) تمہارے (پاس) پروردگار کی طرف سے (روشن) دلیلیں پہنچ چکی ہیں 
تو جس نے (ان کو آنکھ کھول کر) دیکھا اس نے اپنا بھلا کیا 
اور جو اندھا بنا رہا اس نے اپنے حق میں برا کیا۔ 
اور میں تمہارا نگہبان نہیں ہوں
Paying attention carefully to the contents of the verses of this Surah can remove the soul of hypocrisy and disperse from among Muslims, and cause the ears to be hearing, the eyes to be clear-sighted, and the hearts (minds) to be knowledgeable.