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Action for Happiness : Our Fundamental Right! “International Day of Happiness”

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“Happier together in 2019” is the theme for the International Day of Happiness, Celebrated on the 20th of March every year.

This theme is to centralise our concern on the commonality, Instead of all the dissimilar divisions.

It’s easy to preach one to be happy and that ‘life is happier when we’re together’. However, it is a difficult task to keep up to the words and not be ‘All-talk-no-play’.

This day, celebrated as an initiative of the United Nations,Is a way of recognition of one of the 17 Sustainability Goals- ‘Good Health and Well-being’.

In a way, by initiating his resolution in Bhutan, By being founded in the year 2012 in the UN assembly,

The UN has adopted the Gross National Happiness;

Thus, promoting the need of a more accommodating and embracing, impartial and stabilised approach to evolvement.

‘Action for Happiness’ is a campaign to mark this day.

It is regulated by the non-profit movement of people from about 160 countries.

“This day is more than just a fun celebration, it also reminds us all that the world is a better place…”, says Dr. Mark Williamson.

Happiness is forever a Fundamental Human Goal. Therefore, ‘tell everyone’ about it as the first step to taking action.

Since happiness is known to be contagious,Spread happiness in the air and bring its life back.

It is important to acknowledge that an individual’s well-being is focused on not only the physical but also the social and emotional aspects of it.

Therefore, let’s spread unfurl the positive vibes within ourselves.

Wishing you all the happiness out there!
Happy International Day of Happiness

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