Ramadan is approaching - a special time for all Muslims.
It is the month in which Allah revealed the Qur'an to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
This month we are ordered to fast.
It's about stopping, among other things, food, drink, and relationship with wife/husband from dawn to sunset.
At the appointed time, the fast is broken with a festive dinner - iftar.
Fasting, as one of the pillars of Islam, is an act of worship, it teaches us to fight our bad habits and patience and brings us closer to God.
It is also a fact that during Ramadan blessings are enormous, and every good deed is multiplied by 70 times.
The most important night for Muslims is Laylatul-Qadr, which Allah talks about in the Quran, which is better than a thousand months. The Prophet (peace be upon him) instructed us that this night should be sought on the odd days of the last ten nights of Ramadan.