Fasting is the fourth pillar of Islam. It consists of healthy, accountable, and non-traveling Muslims abstaining from food, drink, and sexual intimacy during daylight hours.
The physical fast is a means to the real fast. Fasting means to refrain. Every part of the body practices the spirit of fasting by experiencing some form of restraint against sinning, such as the tongue from backbiting and the eyes from indecency.
Ramadan should change a Muslim into a better person.
Muslims emerge from Ramadan with a renewed spirit and refocused sense of purpose.
As Ramadan moves on, Muslims must continue the state of self-control and generosity and hang on to the God-consciousness they have laboured to earn. It is the key to all good.