Social Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan

Fasting unifies emotions and feelings of the poor and rich into a single entity. Whoever eats opportunistically and then suffers the consequences of "good eating", and who never suffered hunger out of necessity, can not understand the problems of hunger or find out what is experienced by those who ask for help.

Fasting is a purifying and educating experience that every Muslim should practice to feel hunger and thirst, which brings them closer to understanding the suffering of millions of human beings who do not know what to eat the next day.

The experience of fasting teaches man to be generous and supportive. God establishes for each fasting a "sadaqa" or donation that he must give to the needy at the end of the month of Ramadan, month of charity pardon and multiple virtues. Said the Prophet: "The best charity, is the charity of Ramadan", 
And one of the notable virtues of the Prophet, which is the greatest example of conduct, was generosity, and was more generous in Ramadan. He recommended to the believers that they invite the fasting ones to the daily breakfast:
من فطر صائما كان له مثل أجره
"Who offers breakfast to a fasting, receives a reward."

And fasting develops in the faithful the feeling of mercy and makes them self-control, discipline and perseverance in the face of adversity.