International Day Of Happiness

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International Day of Happiness is a United Nations appointed day “to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world.” According to the World Happiness Report published by the UN last year, Helsinki – the capital of Finland is the happiest city in the world.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, on International Day of Happiness, it’s important to tell each other that we are never alone.
International Day of Happiness 2021: Here are a few key facts
Since 2013, the United Nations has celebrated the International Day of Happiness
The United Nations General Assembly, in a resolution, on 12 July 2012, proclaimed 20 March the International Day of Happiness
Happiness is closely linked to the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs of the UN
SDGs give a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”How we can help each other
Togetherness in a crisis situation is key to happiness. According to experts, when we are kinder and together we are happier and we can spread happiness. But some of us live alone. Here are things that can make us happy:

1. We can try to engage ourselves in something that we really enjoy. We can also pick up a hobby and learn something new

2. Doing things for someone else surely makes many of us happy. You can volunteer in your local community for working with children or people who really need assistance and encouragement. A smile makes the world a better place. 3. On International Day of Happiness, share with others the importance of being happy in staying healthy. Sharing happiness and mental health play a big role in our lives..

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