By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Speaking Tree | May 06, 2020
1. Aim of Fasting
The aim of fasting during Ramadan is to diminish a person’s dependence on material things, so that he may elevate himself to a higher plane of devout living.
2. Fasting Sets a Guideline for Believers
Abiding by the guidelines of fasting raises believers to a state of humility, truth and honesty.
3. Teaching Derived from Ramadan