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Celebration of Life Day - January 22

Life Celebration Day is a day when we take a step back and look with appreciation at our children and grandchildren. It is true that there are those who do it on a daily basis, but this day is especially for that, an opportunity to look at our young children from a different angle, think about what is special about them, and pamper them with something like ice cream or a trip.

Although originally the Celebration of life day was meant to celebrate in honor of the children in our lives, it is also a day designed to emphasize all that is good about being alive. It's easy to forget sometimes, but we're all lucky to be here. Take the time to celebrate the good that far outweighs the bad in this life. It all starts with gratitude and appreciation for where you are right now, and wherever you hope your dreams will take you. Every life is precious, individual and a huge gift, so take some extra time today to celebrate them.

As parents or grandparents, it is easy for us to sometimes forget that our children are human in their own right. We often want to give them all the answers and guidelines for life, as if we have already tried everything for them, and they do not have to experiment on their own. Throughout life we help and guide them, but we will not be able to take from them the need to discover themselves for themselves. Sometimes they make us proud and sometimes they make stupid mistakes. Our job is to be there for them, to encourage and support them.
This day, the day of the celebration of life, is the day to stop and appreciate the people they are, and of course show it to them.

The history of Celebration of life day
The day of the celebration of life was created by the 40th President of the United States Ronald Reagan in January 1984 to convey a message against abortions.

This day was originally called "National Sanctity of Human Life Day". At the time, President Reagan wanted to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, which is a precedent-setting ruling by the United States Supreme Court that any law prohibiting an abortion violates the United States Constitution over the violation of the right to privacy. , On the 11th anniversary of exactly this decision.
Groups that oppose abortion advocated this holiday and felt that it expressed their feelings about the importance of human life at all stages. This belief also resonated with the statement of Donald Trump who participated in a special parade in honor of this day on January 22, 2019. Organizations advocating for suffrage, such as Planned Parenthood, condemned the day as a way to restrict women’s rights to autonomy over their bodies. The history of National Sanctity of Human Life Day / Celebration of Life Day is turbulent. This day's celebration was suspended for eight years under President Bill Clinton. Donald Trump continued the holiday well into his entire presidency, and some churches have even marked it as a holy day in the calendars. The holiday traditionally falls on a Sunday for this religious reason, although in 2018 Donald Trump announced that he would also celebrate on a weekday. Today, many consider the day of celebration of life day to spend extra time with the nieces, nephews, children, grandchildren or even just children they are babysitting. All human life is precious, and today is the day to remind ourselves that we are all fortunate to be here and to lead the life we ​​live. Despite our individual and group challenges, one can always find good and gratitude to show - and what better day to find the positive than celebrating the day of life?

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