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The purpose of fasting in Ramadan is to attain piety

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Allah Ta'ala says, 'I have destined many jinn and human beings for Hell (for their sins)—they have hearts but do not perceive, eyes but do not see, ears but do not hear; They are quadrupeds or beasts, nay, they are inferior; They are indifferent.' (Sura-7 Araf, verse: 179).

The purpose of taqwa i.e. Ramadan is to acquire the moral strength to gain control over Sharripur. Rasulullah (SAW) said, 'Worship Allah in this way, as if you were seeing Him; If you do not see Him, surely He (Allah) sees you.' (Bukhari: 48). Fasting is to ensure proper moderation and controlled use of the five senses – eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin and every part of the body. The purpose of fasting is to prevent the body and mind from wrongful and forbidden actions and things. Gaining the ability to control them throughout life is the success of fasting.

Rasulullah (s.a.w.) said, 'There is a piece of flesh in the human body which, when purified, purifies the whole body, functioning properly; And if it perishes, all his bodies perish, not functioning properly; Know that it is a calabash.' (Bukhari: 50).

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