Global Family Day 2022 Celebrated all over the world, know Its Date, History, Wishes, How to Celebrate, and more

31 Dec, 2021
Global Family Day 2022 Celebrated all over the world, know Its Date, History, Wishes, How to Celebrate, and more

Global Family Day 2022: Global Family Day is observed annually on the first day of New Year, i.e 1 January. The atmosphere is filled with celebrations, festivity and enthusiasm of the new year is everywhere. people all over the world spend the first day of the year with family and enjoy the warmth and togetherness of kith and kin. 

People nowadays devote less time to the family due to their work, living atmosphere, and so on. Global Family Day provides an opportunity to spend time with our lovable families and initiate the year with families’ companionship.

This day is also celebrated as the global day of peace and sharing in the United States of America. The quality time spent with family has considerably reduced over the years, so Global Family day is celebrated to promote peace, love, companionship and sharing. Families come together to welcome the new year.

 

Wishes on  Global Family Day 2022

  • The bond between us is the most precious treasure to me, and I’m lucky to have a family like you.

  • Families are our tiny little worlds where peace and harmony never leave our sides.

  • No one has a perfect family, but mine is perfect for me! Love you all.

  •  I will never be able to describe in words what my family means to me. If anyone wants to know, they will have to go inside my heart to see.

  • I really appreciate the way my family members have come out from a difficult situation and feel lucky to be a part of this superb and loving family.

  • I am truly blessed to have a family that I have. No matter what, I know all of you will always be there to guide me and help me.

  • Whatever trouble may come in life, as long as I have my family, nothing can bring me down.

  • There is no better place than your family when you want to have a sanctuary of your own. Family is all that matters.

 

History and Significance of Global Family Day

The exact year of the Global Family Day initiation is not known, even the origin of this day is ambiguous. However, it is believed that this day begins in 1997, with the proclamation of the United Nations General Assembly’s first year of the millennium to start the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World. 

This resulted in the celebration of Peace and, consequently, with Global Family Day. Hence The Global Family Day is also known as One Day of Peace and Sharing. The United Nations General Assembly’s declaration made in 1997 started with the theme “One Day of Peace”, observed on 1 January.

Irrespective of language, religion, country, race, colour,  Global Family Day encourages all people to share their love and compassion with each other and spend this time in harmony. 

The day was supported by Linda Grover in the United States to promote this event. The promotion of this day includes a 1996 children’s book by Steve Diamond and Robert Alan Silverstein named One Day In Peace, January 1, 2000. The book was translated into 22 languages. In 2001, The United Nations General Assembly has established this Day as an annual event.

How to Celebrate Global Family Day 2022

There is no particular rule or norm to celebrate this day, it is actually quite simple! 

  • Most importantly the families should come together to share love and peace. 

  • Spend some quality time with your family and have lovely conversations. 

  • From children to elders all should be included. 

  • Various gifts can be shared with each other also families should sit together for meals. 

  • Make the world a better place to live in by making personal commitments to follow nonviolence and spreading harmony.

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