World Kindness Day is commemorated on November 13 of every year. World Kindness Day is created to celebrate and promote kindness in all its forms. It is a special day to highlight good deeds in the society focusing on the positive power and the general thread of kindness which binds us. Kindness Day encourages people to be kind to each other and to increase happiness, joy, and peace through kindness. The main aim of the day is to look beyond ourselves, beyond the limits of our country, surpassing our culture, our race, our religion to realize that we are citizens of the world.
“Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.” – Lao Tzu
History of World Kindness Day
The World Kindness Movement in 1998 (a conglomeration of service organizations around the world) created World Kindness Day. It is the opening of a global reaction to the exploitation of our human and natural resources. Considered to be a value, and considered in most communities and religions as excellent quality, kindness is the act of being attentive, sympathetic and empathetic towards other people and living beings. The day encourages individuals to overlook boundaries, race, and religion. According to modern psychology, generous acts thoroughly improve our pleasure.
Other Celebrations on November 13
November 13 is also celebrated as
How to celebrate World Kindness Day
The best way to celebrate the day is by smiling at the unknown persons and do certain help fro them. If you are a parent, teach your kids about the value of kindness. You can also raise awareness about the value of kindness in societies. You can also celebrate the day by following ways
- Bring in a treat to local firefighters or Senior Homes
- Giving out hugs to strangers
- Pay attention to less appreciated spaces
- Take care of someone sick
- Use your skills to help someone else
- Sit with someone who is Lonely
- Do something for the Homeless folks
- Don’t Forget the persons who are close to you
Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media by using the hashtag #WorldKidnessDay.