5:95 O you who have faith, do not slay game when you are ritually consecrated.
He forbade hunting to the ritually consecrated because such a person has the intention of visiting the Kaaba. In terms of allusion, He is saying, “When someone aims for My house and turns his face to the eminent, Holy Kaaba, hoping to be in My neighborhood, at least desert game should be protected and secure from him, for in his undertaken goal he has brought himself into the crowd of the pious and the good, and the attribute of the pious is this: ‘They do not harm an ant, nor do they have hidden thoughts of evil.’” Who does this, their lives will not be tolerated, tommorrow. The law of the Universe is equal for everyone and reverses too as it’s declared principle. Everyone has a right to live the life, given by God Almighty.
It has been said that ritual consecration is of two sorts: the hajji’s consecration in the body, and the recognizer’s consecration in the heart. As long as the hajji is consecrated in the body, the game is forbidden to him. As long as the recognizer is consecrated in the heart, seeking, wanting, and free choice are forbidden to him. The mark of the heart’s consecration is three things: to be on loan to the creatures, to be a stranger to oneself, and to be at ease from attachment. The fruit of the heart’s consecration is three things today and three things tomorrow. Today it is the sweetness of whispered prayer, the birth of wisdom, and the soundness of perspicacity; tomorrow it will be the light of contemplation, and the call of gentleness.
5:100 Say “The vile and the goodly are not equal, even if the manyness of the vile stirs you to admiration.”
In the tongue of the Shariah, the vile is forbidden, and the goodly is permitted. In the tongue of the Haqiqah, every occupation that is empty of the mention and remembrance of the Real is vile; and every occupation at the beginning of which comes to the Real’s name, in the middle of which is the witnessing of the Real, and at the end of which is praise and gratitude is goodly.