#InternationalDayOfHappiness | International Day of Happiness 2021: Here it’s significance

#International Day of Happiness 2021
#International Day of Happiness 2021
Here’s Why We Celebrate International Happiness Day in 2021:
Today is the International Day of Happiness. The 20th of March is designated as International Day of Happiness. It’s a United Nations-designated day honouring the “importance of happiness in people’s lives.”
2021 is the International Day of Happiness. It’s springtime, which means Holi is just around the corner. What better time to commemorate the International Day of Happiness than today? Every year on March 20, a day devoted to happiness is observed.
The International Day of Happiness was founded by the United Nations to “recognise the importance of happiness in people’s lives all over the world.
“According to the United Nations’ World Happiness Study released last year, Helsinki, Finland’s capital, is the happiest city on the planet. On International Day of Happiness, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to remind each other that we’re never alone.
Here are some key facts about the International Day of Happiness in 2021.
The International Day of Happiness has been observed by the United Nations since 2013.
On July 12, 2012, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution designating March 20 as the International Day of Happiness.
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, are inextricably related to happiness.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) offer a “blueprint for a stronger and more sustainable future for everyone.”
Hunger, a lack of education and understanding, a lack of affordable medical services, and human rights violations are only a few of the world’s leading causes of unhappiness.
The “unhappiest cities” are mostly “located in underdeveloped countries and have witnessed war (Kabul in Afghanistan, Sanaa in Yemen), armed conflict (Gaza in Palestine), civil war (Juba in South Sudan, Bangui in the Central African Republic), political unrest (Cairo in Egypt), or catastrophic natural disasters,” according to the World Happiness Survey (Port-au-Prince in Haiti).

How will we support each other on the International Day of Happiness in 2021?

In a crisis, staying together is crucial to happiness. According to psychologists, being kinder and working together makes us happier and allows us to spread happiness. However, some of us are single. Stuff that can make us happy include:
1. We should try to occupy ourselves with something we enjoy. We may also take up a new hobby and learn new skills.
2. Doing things for others makes a lot of people happy. You will work with children or individuals who need help and support in your local community as a volunteer. The planet is a happier place when people smile.
3. On International Happiness Day, spread the word about the importance of happiness in maintaining good health. In our lives, sharing happiness and maintaining mental health are essential.