World Hello Day 2022

Introduction – World Hello Day is celebrated every year on November 21 across the world to illustrate the importance of personal communication to preserve peace. The main aim of this international day is to greet at least 10 people on this day. This global day is to express that conflicts must be resolved by using communication rather than the use of force. People use this international day to express their concern for maintaining world peace.

History – Firstly, World Hello Day is celebrated in 1973 to show common people especially the public of the Middle East that conflicts and can be resolved by using communication with no violence. The main reason to observe this international day is to clear communication for peace. Firstly, Yom Kippur introduced World Hello Day as a response to the fight between Israel and Egypt. After the war, both Brian McCormack, Ph.D. Graduate of Arizona State University and Michael McCormack, a graduate of Harvard founded World Hello Day to maintain peace across the world.

Significance – This global day provides an opportunity to make an effort for maintaining world peace that is good for the economy and development of countries. Thus, the governments of all countries also take steps to maintain world peace by resolving many issues among conflict countries. On this day, the important thing to achieve this individual connection by simply saying is ‘’hello’’ to solve several issues. It is a global day to say hello to close friends, families, and many other people to maintain a good relationship.

On this day, people should also learn how to say hello to their office colleagues, best friends, family members, and many more in several different languages. You can also celebrate this international day to say hello to at least 10 people either family members or friends.

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  1. Reblogged this on How I found My Muchness and commented:
    👋 hello 👋🤗👋

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