The month of Ramadan has a very significant place in our culture. In this month, material and spiritual beauties are felt together; Positive emotions such as love, tolerance and solidarity come to the fore. Along with religious point, it can be described as the month when the spirits of solidarity and cooperation are the highest in individual responsibility and social assistance. In this article, we will discuss the spiritual importance of Ramadan. Here's what you need to know about the beautiful feelings and spiritual significance that the month of Ramadan reminds us.
The month of Ramadan has a unifying role in the family and society.
The month of Ramadan has a very special position in our culture from past to present. Our religious attitudes, along with our traditions, advise us to help people in need this month and host our loved ones, neighbours, and friends at the beautiful tables we set up. Therefore, Ramadan tables are always unifying. It brings together those in need, family members who have not been talked for a long time.
It supports solidarity and cooperation in society
Both religious teachings and folklore about the month of Ramadan emphasize solidarity and cooperation in society. Therefore, during this month, many people find those in need and try to help them financially and devoutly. That brings with it some good emotions. After all, he invites us to be a society of more sensitive people.
Ramadan is a month of love and tolerance
Again, our religious teachings and traditions support the emergence of love and tolerance during Ramadan. People who experience the devoutness of this month try to be more respectful and understanding towards each other. Increasing love and kindness among people have positive effects on the community, starting with the smallest nucleus of society.
It provides a personal detox opportunity
Today, various detox applications are carried out to cleanse both physically and spiritually. In this respect, Ramadan can also be seen as a personal detox opportunity. Ramadan fasting, which is a teaching of the Islamic faith, brings with it the necessities such as not eating, not drinking water during fasting, as well as moral necessities such as being tolerant, not hurting people. Besides, as the eating habits change, surprising the body can provide various physical and mental benefits.
It increases fusion between people
Today, due to the intensity of business life and many factors that affect our lives, we often cannot sit on the same dinner table with our family. Even when we sit with them, technological devices such as mobile phones and tablets can cause us to tend to chat less. On the occasion of the attentive tables of the month of Ramadan, families can meet more often at dinner during this month, family members who have not been conversed for a long time gather around the same table. That increases fusion and has positive effects on the family's internal dynamics.