5 Things I experienced in Ramadan as a non-Muslim living in Muslim majority countries

As someone who has lived in Muslim majority countries for over 10 years, Ramadan has become a season of my life, much like Christmas and Thanksgiving. However, unlike holiday seasons in the U.S. or Europe, I did not have the personal connection with Ramadan since I never fasted, or truly “observed” the season as Muslims do. This Ramadan, however, I sought to join more than 1.5 billion others in observing the holy month through fasting and self-reflection, and here is what I experienced:

    1. Self-Restraint
    2. Camaraderie
    3. Physical Health
    4. Gratitude
    5. Clarity

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