Top Reasons Why You Should Never Skip Special Days In Relationship

Birthdays, Valentine's Day, Women's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, wedding anniversaries, first dates, first holidays... This is how Special Days will continue to be. In descending order of importance. It's not like it's a big deal. Birthdays are exclu

exclusively commemorated by classics. Others are completely devoted to it and do not miss any significant occasions. But what if one of the partners in the relationship is unwilling to reciprocate? disappointment Indeed, it's wonderful to be concerned about special occasions.


 Even when he sees his loved ones, he can forget them in the rush and bustle of his existence. Being able to perceive and forget at the same time is quite a paradox. It was as simple as that. You see each other every day, you share the same pillow, yet you haven't shown your affection for each other in a long time. You can't recall the last time you were alone on a memorable occasion. Isn't that deafening?


We all have days in our lives that hold special significance for us. The most memorable day for some of us is a loved one's birthday, while for others it is a wedding anniversary, the birth of a child, or Valentine's Day. The meanings we assign to these days make them distinctive and memorable.

In our lives, certain days are really essential. These are the kinds of days that should be treasured and commemorated. Even if your life is wonderful, everything is going well, and everything is perfect, everyone loves you, and even if they don't pay attention to you on special days, we anticipate more importance and attention from everyone. Imagine your world collapsing if the man you fell in love with forgot your birthday. You have the impression that you are the inconsequential, unattended bad side. In fact, it isn't, yet the significance you place on certain days necessitates it. That is why we must remember important days and keep track of them so that we do not become victims later. Let us not forget that being remembered is the most wonderful thing in the world, and it makes people happy.


The personal, religious, or national significance of the event that occurred on that day for some reason, not the point at which the world revolves around the Sun or the year in which that day occurs, is what makes those days important. We may forget a loved one's birth year and age, but we should never forget their birthday. Forgetting the wedding anniversary can lead to anger between the spouses, as well as financial penalties for the party who forgets.


Years are only significant for celebration when they are multiples of five and ten, whereas days are significant throughout the year. Years later, classmates continue to gather on the same day.

Saying farewell to the previous year and welcoming the new one is considered as a Christian ritual, yet it is a tradition that exists in all societies. Since the beginning of recorded history, New Year's celebrations have been a part of all societies' traditions. Cultures, not faiths, are the ones that celebrate the New Year. People in all societies expect health, happiness, goodness, abundance, peace, and quiet to begin with the new year. New Year's Eve celebrations also allow people to reflect on the previous year and establish new resolutions for the coming year.


Oktoberfest, which commemorates the end of summer and harvesting, is also known to Protestants as "St. Martin's Day," the Moon Festival in China, and "Thanksgiving Day" in the United States and Canada. All of them are based on gratitude for the harvest produced after laborious labors and for surviving the long winter months without going hungry.


Celebrations provide color, joy, and zeal to our everyday lives. A simple lunch can be transformed into a "banquet," a meeting into a "festival," and a stranger into a "friend" thanks to celebrations. Through ceremonies and celebrations, we are infused with new vitality. Celebrations bring people closer together and make us feel better. In all civilizations, celebrations promote harmony and give purpose to our lives. Holidays and festivals, according to anthropologist Jan Assman, shape our cultural memory. Regardless matter the reason, holidays and celebrations elicit feelings of joy, love, and trust. The planning of the celebrations, as well as the preparation of the meals, ensuring that feelings of cooperation, solidarity, and sharing are elevated and established in society.


Ceremonies and celebrations, according to Durkheim, have a revitalizing effect on society. Ceremonies and celebrations held during times of crisis and adversity help to boost morale.


We have inherited the tradition of celebrating from the first man. I believe that we should understand the importance of all celebrations, from people's own special days to religious and national celebrations, and that we should give them all their due; if our health permits, I believe that we should set aside our daily worries for a short time and join these celebrations.

To embrace moments of celebration, whether in our personal lives or in our professional and social lives; sharing the joy of the occasion and the spirit of togetherness and solidarity helps us to build bridges between our hearts. There are important ties that bind the people who live in these regions, regardless of what sect or political viewpoint we hold. These close links must be valued. These ties that "bind us together" are more stronger, in my opinion, than the aspects that "separate us." Welcoming the new year is a day celebrated by people of many religions and cultures, and it literally means "turning over a fresh leaf." We can enjoy feelings of sharing, unity, and goodness as we begin a new year. Whatever significance we assign to this day, it takes on that significance for us. If we perceive this day as an opportunity to establish a shared spirit, it truly signifies something special to all of us.

Ijeoma Anyah

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