An Islamic idea or any other idea is not devoid of objectives and contents which refer to it in its meaning and objectives and, in this regard, the objectives of the month of Ramadan fall within the perspective of Islamic law. . We begin our discussion on the purposes of fasting with regard to the religious rituals stated in the Quran, considering the month of Ramadan as one of the rituals that people observe by doing what is asked of them in their due time and in due time. .
The first of the purposes of the fast We will discuss here what has been stated in the explicit Quranic verse:
This, and whoever glorifies the rituals of God, is strength of heart [Al-Hajj: 32],
The fasting ritual is part of the rituals of God that are to be worshiped and observed according to what he is asked to worship, and one of the most important meanings of worship for the Ramadan ritual is his fasting, which is clearly confirmed. by Muslims in the respect and reverence of this ritual, and this is reflected in the behavior of the people in their fasting and their relation to the piety of their heart And the sincerity of their leadership and the righteousness of their condition
Another of the purposes of fasting is: to correct the saying and the word. The slogan of a Muslim during fasting days is what the Quran has defined and portrays its path so that none of the Muslims deviate from it, for the following verse describes the behavior of a Muslim walking along the paths of the road to God. Kindly say it and guide it to the terms of Hamid) [Hajj: 24]. He himself learns to acquire a good phrase and start with it in the areas of life, which should be a slogan for everyone, both in behavior and in speech.
In this context, there is a dichotomy between the values that a Muslim acquires from his cult and what he practices in his reality, and this is what Malik bin Nabi portrays:
When a Muslim crosses the threshold of the mosque, he goes from one state to another. This obliges us to record our observation: there is a separation between the spiritual element and the social element, there is a separation between the principle and the life, and the Muslim today lives this separation which tears his person apart. two parts: a part which organizes its behavior in the mosque, and a part which it organizes in the street, (“The birth of a society”, p .: 103).
One of the purposes of fasting is the social life of people, therefore fasting is a social aspect: people come together in the month of Ramadan in a system that makes their social system unified, where they break their fast according to the beginning of time. and fast. likewise when the hour falls on all Muslims in the world, their social and devotional appearances converge, and they turn to God in groups, standing and seated. This is one of the most important aspects reflected in the social aspects of worship. Despite this social convergence, socialists follow paths of cooperation and mercy among people, and the values of consolation and compassion spread to make fasting a social month in one’s worship and social life.
Fasting is an ethical basis, because morality represents the element of influence in Islamic law, and by its nature interacts with systems and goals, so we do not separate the month of Ramadan from morality, it is the month of morality which is cultivated among Muslims. by fasting, which nurtures in a person the queen of patience and endurance, and this is what strengthens the individual and strengthens his return and holds him moral responsibility and productivity in the school of Ramadan, so that the higher values grow in a person as he feels the concerns of the people and the need of the poor in their happiness and unhappiness, which are values and mores that fasting acquires,in addition to a set of eschatological values in the reward and the reward that the Muslim expects. to his fast and to his adherence to his work and to his closeness to his Lord in these righteous days in which we now live.
Taqwa: The Holy Quran declared the intention of godliness and made it a moral pillar that people acquire from their fasting, and godliness in this context includes a set of good meanings that a Muslim derives from their fast. Rabbinic by fasting. Among the meanings of godliness, which must be remembered, is that this godliness is what remains with a person of their fasting and worshiping throughout the year. Among the meanings of the piety of fasting is what a Muslim avoids of ungodliness and immorality during the month of Ramadan.
The Quran has expressed this in a word that includes these meanings and others. Everything mentioned in this article is part of the ritual worship of God which Muslims are to respect and worship in accordance with what is required and suitable for the deity, and this is the purpose of the objectives and the purpose of the objectives to observe and to magnify the holiness of God in a glorification worthy of his destiny and his majesty.
Here we let the reader read those verses which dealt with fasting and its purposes, asking God, Most High, Almighty, to accept fasting and awakening in this great month for all Muslims.
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