Ramadan and human society have a very important relationship. That is why the social effects of Ramadan are clear. Ramadan conveys the message of equality among the members of society.
Ramadan and human society have a very important relationship. That is why the social effects of Ramadan are clear. Ramadan conveys the message of equality among the members of society. Practicing this religious responsibility not only makes rich people experience hunger and the hunger of the poorer sections of society but also benefits them economically on their daily diet.
In the blessed month of Ramadan, Allah, glory unto Him, instills in the hearts of all members of society a feeling of compassion and tenderness, and man abstains from many undesirable and evil deeds. Ramadan makes the members of the society responsible. That is why every individual cooperates with each other wholeheartedly. Furthermore, for Muslims to observe, Ramadan is a kind of “spiritual subculture”, complete with spiritual, social and moral aspects.
To increase the sense of closeness to God, faithful Muslims turn to God during this month with additional prayers, recitation of the Qur’an and supplications. Ethically, fasting is self-training. Fasting is not only about abstaining from food and water throughout the day, but also enables one to make positive changes in one’s social life. Another lesson of Ramadan is tolerance.
Tolerance not only makes a positive difference in a person’s life but also guides them in their social work. Together, they help maintain better social relationships and reshape social relationships. Tolerance is a very desirable attribute that helps in building a society, which is largely dependent on mutual cooperation and trust.
Unfortunately, today the followers of religion are seen as the most intolerant people in the world. However, Islam has always insisted on the standard of tolerance.