Moral Effects of Fasting During Ramadan Month

Fasting is an education of the spirit, and the Prophet referred to it:
"من لم يدع قول الزور والعمل به فليس لله عز وجل حاجة أن يدع طعامه وشرابه"
"Whoever does not give up lying and insincere behavior, God is not interested in letting him stop eating and drinking."
إذا أصبح أحدكم يوما صائما فلا يرفث ولا يجهل فإن امرؤ شاتمه أو قاتله فليقل إني صائم إني صائم
"The day of fasting should not be discussed, and if someone rebukes and offends you, tell him: I am fasting."

These two "hadiths" explain the meaning of fasting, that moving away from sin, moving away from frivolous conversations, forgiving those who offend, and engaging in penances and worship of God; And virtuous and pious acts multiply in Ramadan.

In short, the fasting man undertakes in Ramadan a spiritual journey into the realm of the Holy Qur'an, cultivating his teachings through his recitation and study, and guiding himself by his Light, and saturating himself with his morals and precepts, seeking in that journey the harmony, Peace and shelter of the soul; It is adopted, moreover, The practice of introspection and self-analysis that moves the soul away from ignorance and materialism and brings it closer to the sublimity of the Holy Qur'an. 

God promised indulgence to those who fast, through the hadeeth of the prophet Muhammad.
من صام رمضان إيمانا واحتسابا غفر له ما تقدم من ذنبه
"Whom, fast in Ramadan with faith and devoutly your sins will be forgiven."

And Allah says:
كل عمل بن آدم له إلا الصيام فإنه لي وأنا أجزي
"The acts of the human being belong to him, except the fast, which belongs to me and for which I reward him." 

The Prophet (PSCÉ) said about it:
"Ramadan is a month that in its beginning is mercy, its means is forgiveness and its purpose is to rid of hell."
إن في الجنة بابا يقال له الريان, يدخل منه الصائمون يوم القيامة, لا يدخل منه أحد غيرهم

"In paradise there is a door, called" de la Fuente ", through which the fasts enter and no one else."

"If they knew all that there is of thanks and blessings in the month of Ramadan, they would wish it were a full year."