If only they had attempted the challenging path ˹of goodness instead˺!And what will make you realize what ˹attempting˺ the challenging path is?It is to free a slave;or to give food in times of famineto an orphaned relativeor to a poor person in distress;and—above all—to be one of those who have faith and urge each other to perseverance and urge each other to compassion.These are the people of the right.As for those who deny Our signs, they are the people of the left.The Fire will be sealed over them.Quran 90:11~20Surah   al-Balad (The City, This Countryside)
The Surah takes its name from the first Ayat, لَا أُقْسِمُ بِهَـٰذَا الْبَلَدِ “I swear by this city (Makkah)” [90:1].
There are 20 Ayat in this Surah.
فَلَا ٱقۡتَحَمَ ٱلۡعَقَبَةَ

وَمَاۤ أَدۡرَىٰكَ مَا ٱلۡعَقَبَةُ

فَكُّ رَقَبَةٍ

أَوۡ إِطۡعَـٰمࣱ فِی یَوۡمࣲ ذِی مَسۡغَبَةࣲ

یَتِیمࣰا ذَا مَقۡرَبَةٍ

أَوۡ مِسۡكِینࣰا ذَا مَتۡرَبَةࣲ

ثُمَّ كَانَ مِنَ ٱلَّذِینَ ءَامَنُوا۟ وَتَوَاصَوۡا۟ بِٱلصَّبۡرِ وَتَوَاصَوۡا۟ بِٱلۡمَرۡحَمَةِ

أُو۟لَـٰۤىِٕكَ أَصۡحَـٰبُ ٱلۡمَیۡمَنَةِ

وَٱلَّذِینَ كَفَرُوا۟ بِءَایَـٰتِنَا هُمۡ أَصۡحَـٰبُ ٱلۡمَشۡءَمَةِ

عَلَیۡهِمۡ نَارࣱ مُّؤۡصَدَةُۢ
The Surah begins with a reference to the city of Makkah where the Prophet was going through an experience of pain and suffering due to the denial of his people. It talks about the different stages of human life. This world is not the place of real comfort. Here is the test of human beings to do good deeds and then the final judgment will be in the Hereafter.
مگر اس نے دشوار گزار گھاٹی سے گزرنے کی ہمت نہ کی
اور تم کیا جانو کہ کیا ہے وہ دشوار گزار گھاٹی؟
کسی گردن کو غلامی سے چھڑانا 

یا فاقے کے دن 

کسی قریبی یتیم 
یا خاک نشین مسکین کو کھانا کھلانا
پھر (اس کے ساتھ یہ کہ) آدمی اُن لوگوں میں شامل ہو جو ایمان لائے اور جنہوں نے ایک دوسرے کو صبر اور (خلق خدا پر) رحم کی تلقین کی 
یہ لوگ ہیں دائیں بازو والے 
جنہوں نے ہماری آیات کو ماننے سے انکار کیا وہ بائیں بازو والے ہیں
ان پر آگ چھائی ہوئی ہوگی
In this Surah a vast subject has been compressed into a few brief sentences, it’s a miracle of the Qur’an that a complete ideology of life which could hardly be explained in a thick volume has been abridged most effectively in brief sentences of this short Surah. Its theme is to explain the true position of man in the world and of the world in relation to man and to tell that God has shown to man both the highways of good and evil, has also provided for him the means to judge and see and follow them, and now it rests upon man’s own effort and judgment whether he chooses the path of virtue and reaches felicity or adopts the path of vice and meets with doom.