The Benefit of Fasting Spriritual or Economic
Enyang Wahyudin and
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Abstract Islam is the religion which was brought by the Prophet of end times, the Prophet Muhammad as a closer of a treatise before. The Prophet Muhammad had brought many leasson for Muslem’s life. One of them is Fasting. Fasting is a training for every Muslem to treatment their selves, which is they do for the things to rise they religion, to upper degrees, motivation, and keep away for the things can be destroyed. And so to be stronger the will, strengthen willing, to recover do physical, to cure from the sickness, and bring a servant to his Lord. With him are various kinds of sins and mistakes will be forgiven, various goodness will be growing, and the position would be even higher. In the condition of fasting can be rise our body’s immune, the other things fasting at around 65% there is significant improvement of mental condition. Various other studies show it turns fasting also reduce the risk of complications of obesity, protects the body from kidney stones, dampen sexual turmoil among the young and other woods disease that much more., and there is economic benefit of fasting?. Indirectly fasting can save much energy and resources.
Keywords: Key word : Benefit; fasting; save; economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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