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    Lightbulb Sometimes experts will acknowledge the benefits of Ramadan fasting

    Please correct my mistakes in my writing.



    Sometimes experts will acknowledge the benefits of Ramadan fasting (or fasting as a spiritual practice) by equating it to going without food for some time. Fasting does involve going without food, but fasting is not equivalent to abstaining from food. If it were then people would be able to attain spiritual goals simply by starving. Rather, it's unimaginably more than that. So showing the benefits of Ramadan fasting by showing the benefits of absaining from food for health reasons is a way of hiding the truth by presenting information. When it comes to spiritual practices, even facts may hide the Truth.
    Last edited by Ador; 26-Apr-2020 at 17:30.

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    Re: Sometimes experts will acknowledge the benefits of Ramadan fasting

    Quote Originally Posted by Ador View Post
    Please correct my mistakes in my writing.



    Sometimes experts will acknowledge the benefits of Ramadan fasting (or fasting as a spiritual practice) by equating it to going without food for some time. Fasting does involve going without food, but fasting is not equivalent to abstaining from food. If it were then people would be able to attain spiritual goals simply by starving. Rather, it's unimaginably much more than that. So showing the benefits of Ramadan fasting by showing the benefits of abstaining from food for health reasons is a way of hiding the truth by presenting incomplete information. When it comes to spiritual practices, even facts may hide the truth (what do you mean?) .
    See my corrections above.
    I am not a teacher or a native speaker.

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    Re: Sometimes experts will acknowledge the benefits of Ramadan fasting

    It depends what they're experts in- a nutritionist would be telling the truth if they see the health benefits of fasting. The spiritual aspects would lie outside their area of expertise.

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