This symbolizes that you too are ready to obey the commands of Allah (s.w.t.).
From the example of Abraham and Ishmael, Muslims draw the lesson that devotion to God alone has meaning in life. God did not want a person to be sacrificed. However, he examined the willingness of Abraham and Ishmael to make sacrifices.
The offering maintains brotherhood, aid and solidarity, and contributes to the realization of social justice. This feeling is much more noticeable, especially in the regions of the needy, who are unable or only partially able to buy meat.
To the wealthy has come the opportunity to enjoy the sharing and helping of another for Allah (s.w.t.), protecting them from pathological greed and the excessive pursuit of the here and now.
The needy show their gratitude towards Allah (see below) and protect themselves from pessimism towards the “unjust” world and the “avarice” of the wealthy. You get the feeling of an equality in society.