World Party Day is celebrated on April 3 of every year. World Party Day is otherwise known as P-Day which is celebrated as a synchronized global mass celebration for a better world and the creation of desirable reality. The main idea behind that day is that the opposite of war and suffering would not be to passively observe peace, instead of that people can actively participate in a celebration of life. Hence World Party Day is a perfect day to achieve the social changes and consistency by encouraging the people to celebrate the life by partying.
“I believe that if life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade. And try to find somebody whose life has given them vodka, and have a party.” – Ron White.
History of World Party Day
The P-Day or World Party Day was first celebrated on April 03, 1996. The ending of 1995 novel, Flight (A quantum fiction novel by Vanna Bonta) inspired the celebration of World Party Day. In that novel countdown is set to April 03, 2000 when the worldwide synchronized celebration occurs. The story ends with the mass party where all the humanity is united. Then the readers took that idea and invented the Party Day. The ultimate aim of the day is to sync every person in the world no matter what they are doing, to appreciate, participate and to celebrate the social existence. Via greetings, mottos and holiday slogans, the world party is known as the Opposite of War.
Other Celebrations on April 3
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How to Celebrate World Party Day
Celebrate the World Party Day by attending a party, enjoy some laughs, throw a party and just have some fun on that day. Peoples all around the world will connect with groups who shared the ideals of peace and goals of using the resources and human intelligence towards humanitarian progress. The massive worldwide transition is in progress which involves millions of peoples, organizations and the corporations across the world who are realizing the responsibility and ability to contribute positively to the common feature of earth and humanity. To post in social media use #PartyDay or #WorldPartyDay.