Best Secret Tips To Fast In Ramadan Month

It is necessary to know that in the fast (Saum) there is a special quality that is not found in anything else. And that is his intimate connection with Allah, so that He says: "Fasting ( Saum) is for me and I will reward it."
This connection is enough to show the great benefit of fasting.
In fact, fasting is only virtue by a meaningful concept:
It is a means of subjugating the enemies of Allah. This is because the way that the enemies of Allah use to mislead the men is the one of the desire. And eating and drinking strengthen desires.  
There are many reports that indicate the merits of fasting, and they are all well known.  
Recommended Acts of Fasting   
Delaying food before dawn (suhur) and rushing to break fast are preferable acts.   
It is also recommended generosity to give during Ramadan, as well as performing good deeds and increasing acts of help to others, as did the Messenger of Allah (sas).   
It is also recommended to study the Quran and perform I`tikaaf during Ramadanespecially in the last ten days. 
In the two Saheehs, `A'isha said:  
"When the last ten days of Ramadan arrived, the Prophet tightened his belt (izaar), passed the practice of the Salat, and awakened his family to the Salat." (Saheeh al-Bukhari) 
Scholars have mentioned two points of view about the meaning of "tightening their belt":  
The first: It means moving away from women.  
The second: It is an expression that denotes your diligence performing good deeds.  
It is also said that the reason for his effort in the last ten days of Ramadan was due to his pursuit of Lailatul-Qadr.   
An explanation of the internal secrets of fasting and its characteristics:  
There are three levels of fasting: General fasting, specific fasting, and the most special fasting.  
The general fast is to abstain from food and from the most intimate desires.  
Specific fasting is restraining the gaze, tongue, hands, feet, ears and eyes, as well as the rest of your body to depart from the acts that lead to the appearance of desires.  
As for the most special fast, it is the abstention from the heart of his longing for worldly affairs and thoughts that distance us from Allah, as well as his (the heart) abstention from all that Allah has put on the same level.  
            Of the clearest characteristics of the specific fast is to look down and protect the tongue from repulsive speech, or that has no benefit, as well as control the rest of the body parts.  

In a hadith narrated by Al-Bukhari, the following is expressed:  
"Anyone who does not abandon the false speech and the action it entails, it is not necessary for Allah to stop eating and drinking."
Another characteristic of specific fasting is not over-filling with food during the night. On the contrary, you should eat to the right extent.  
If we ate until the first part of the night was enough, we could not devote the rest of the night to Dikr and Salat. Similarly, if you eat their fill before suhoor, we are not in very good condition until the evening, this is due to lethargy that causes excess supply. Therefore, the objective of fasting disappears due to overeating, this objective of fasting is none other than to taste the taste of hunger and abandon desires.   
Recommended Fasts:  
As for the recommended fasts, the will of fasting is established on certain prominent days. Some of these days occur every year, such as fasting the first six days of the month of Shawaal after Ramadan, fasting on the day of ` Arafah, on the day of` Aashura, and on the ten days of Dhul-Hijjah and Muharram.  
Some of them can be given every month, like the first part of the month, the half part of it, and the last part of it. So anyone who fasted during the first part of the month, or in the middle of the month, or in his last part, really works well.  
Some occur every week, being every Monday and Thursday.  
The most virtuous of the recommended fasts is the fast of Daud (aleihisalam). He fasted one day and broke his fast the next day. This achieves the following three objectives:   
The soul gets its benefit on the day that the fast breaks. And on the day of fasting, it is when he performs the greatest surrender to Allah.   
The day of eating is the day of giving thanks and the day of fasting is the day of having patience, and the Imam is composed of two halves - gratitude and patience. 
However, when it comes to fasting every day, it is something that has neither value nor meaning, a hadeeth relates Omar (radiallahu anhu) asked the Prophet (sas): "What happens if one fasts every day?" He said, "Neither did he fast nor broke his fast." It seems clear that fasting must break the fast.   
The characteristics of the special fast:   
He who has intelligence knows the purpose behind fasting. Therefore, we will come to the conclusion that we can not deprive ourselves of doing something that is so beneficial to us.