Ramadan is not an ordinary lunar month for Muslims, and this point is visible apparently everywhere! It's not important where you are.When there is a Muslim there, there exists Ramadan. Most of Muslim countries are located in Middle East and the Muslims of this region prepare themselves for the Ramadan and plan many different TV programs and different activities. What we experience in a Islamic country in Ramadan is very different with those countries in which the majority are not Muslims.
In other words, in those societies, most of the Muslims are impressed by daily routines of life rather than the special occasions of Ramadan. The only space in which the Muslim can feel Ramadan and its different atmosphere is his own house because the rituals of Ramadan are not seen anywhere, and the society had no sign of it. While in Islamic countries, the rituals of Ramadan are in the spotlight. That's why the first question that comes to mind is how Muslims in the non-Muslim countries face Ramadan without feeling its rituals in the society?
I would like to refer to ''the behavior out of faith'', which is not dependent on time or location and is applied worldwide. Muslim in non-Islamic countries develop the Ramadan rituals by their ''the behavior out of faith''. The consequences of these behaviors are individuals and societal morality, getting closer to God, self-development and gaining knowledge, which are highly valuable as they have been gained personally.
To name a few of these behavior we can say: avoiding eating in public, reading Quran daily, being proud of being a Muslim, participating in ethical sessions, participating in different religious ceremonies and sessions. Consider eating in public for example, though it is not forbidden in the societies, is highly respected by the Muslims due to their faith to Ramadan and its values. In other words, a Muslim who has internalized the Islamic values, is able to follow the rituals of Ramadan even in these societies and introduce its culture both to Muslims or non-Muslims. I believe the example of a Muslim living in these countries is a good model to be presented to all Muslims in every part of this world, far away from the Islamic societies. This model is a product of religious faith, the real capital of any Muslim who forms the Islamic culture in other societies.