Your heart is opened and your soul finally gets a chance to heal. You’ll find yourself overwhelmingly, ridiculously happy just sipping water after a long hot day of fasting. You’ll give generously to anyone who asks, look forward to ‘Iftar’ with your family and loved ones and you’ll stand for hours at night to pray, willingly giving up your sleep. You’ll quench your thirst when you feed a poor person, and your heart will race you to the mosque for ‘Taraweeh’.
Sitting in the company of poor people helps us to get onto right track and enables us to ponder on blessings we have, seeing people who are deprived of basic accessorizes of life, not only softens our hearts, but makes us humble, and thankful to our creator. That is why it has been told to us to always see people below us, and not to fall into unremitting worldly race, because it never ends.