Abbas - Tanwîr al-Miqbâs min Tafsîr Ibn ‘Abbâs
(Whoso bringeth a good deed) the sincere profession of “there is no god except Allah”, (he will have better than the same) he will reap goodness from it; (while as for him who bringeth an ill deed) associating partners with Allah, (those who do ill deeds) associating partners with Allah (will be requited only what they did) the Fire.
Whoever brings a good deed shall have better than it, as a reward, because of it, and this will be the like of it tenfold; while whoever brings an evil deed, those who commit evil deeds shall only be requited, the requital, for what they used to do, in other words, [only] the like of it.
The Blessings of the Hereafter for the humble Believers
Allah tells us that He has made the home of the Hereafter, and its eternal delights which will never change or fade away, for His believing, humble servants who do not rebel against the truth with pride and oppression in the land. They do not exalt themselves above the creatures of Allah, arrogantly oppressing them and spreading corruption among them. `Ikrimah said that this phrase referred to haughtiness and arrogance. Ibn Jurayj said:
لاَ يُرِيدُونَ عُلُوّاً فِى الاٌّرْضِ
(those who do not want to exalt themselves in the land) "Arrogance and tyranny,
(nor cause corruption) committing sins.'' Ibn Jarir recorded that `Ali said, "If a man wants the straps of his sandals to be better than the straps of his companion's sandals, then he is one of those referred to in the Ayah,
(That is the home of the Hereafter, We shall assign to those who do not want to exalt themselves in the land nor cause corruption. And the good end is for those who have Taqwa.) This is understood to mean that if his intention is to show off and appear better than others, then that is to be condemned, as it was reported in the Sahih that the Prophet said:
(It has been revealed to me that you should be humble to the extent that none of you boasts to others or mistreats others. ) But if a person simply likes to look good, then there is nothing wrong with that. It was recorded that a man said: "O Messenger of Allah, I like to have my garment looking good and my shoes looking good -- is this a kind of arrogance'' The Prophet said:
«لَا، إِنَّ اللهَ جَمِيلٌ يُحِبُّ الْجَمَال»
(No, for Allah is beautiful and loves beauty...) And Allah says:
مَن جَآءَ بِالْحَسَنَةِ
(Whosoever brings good,) meaning, on the Day of Resurrection,
فَلَهُ خَيْرٌ مِّنْهَا
(he shall have the better thereof;) meaning, the reward of Allah is better than the good deeds of His servant -- how can it not be, when Allah has multiplied it many times over This is the position of generosity. Then Allah says:
(And whoever brings an evil deed, they will be cast down on their faces in the Fire. (And it will be said to them) "Are you being recompensed anything except what you used to do'') (27: 90). This is the postition of generosity and justice.
Maududi - Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi - Tafhim al-Qur'an
That is, Paradise which is the abode of real success.
"Who do not seek glory": who are not desirous of establishing their own glory in God's earth: who do not live like rebels and tyrants and arrogant people but like humble servants: who do not seek to make God's servants their personal servants
"Mischief" implies the chaos that inevitably appears in human life in consequence of violating the truth. Whatever man does when he disobeys Allah and turns away from His service is nothing but mischief. Partly this mischief occurs when wealth is amassed through unlawful means and expended in unlawful ways.
"The God fearing": those who refrain from His disobedience.