Be Humble Day
Be Humble Day is celebrated on February 22nd of every year. Being humble is a way of showing a modest character and feeling less proud of oneself. From as children people around teach and stress the importance of practising and adopting humility in one’s life. The true humility is not about thinking less about oneself, but it is about the feeling of oneself less. Modest people are those who do not claim all too much for themselves and end up being successful. Humility is the secure establishment of all virtues.
“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” – Ernest Hemingway
History of Be Humble Day
The exact origin and the founder of Be Humble Day are still unknown. But it is an inspiring day to take humility seriously and practice them all through the life. A humble person does not boast, when the person is established, then their actions and background will speak for them. It is a day to live a simple life, away from brands, boasting people and unusual experience.
Other Celebrations on February 22
February 22 is also celebrated as
- World Thinking Day
- Single Tasking Day
- Walking the Dog Day
- National Cook a Sweet Potato Day
- Digital Learning Day
- National Margarita Day
- National Chili Day
How to celebrate Be Humble Day
On this day acknowledge other individuals’ accomplishments; take the day to examine one’s conscious thoughts and feelings; consider the ways to improve one’s life and to move towards flawlessness; teach your kith and kin about humility and show them that modesty is a decent uprightness to have. This day can be seised to actively encourage people about the idea of accepting the errors, faults, limitations and making them a better human being. Be Humble Day can be a perfect excuse to intentionally study the actions, mannerisms and even the way one speaks to others. So on this day accept and endure that people have defects and they must work on it. Share your thoughts about Be Humble Day on social media by using the hashtag #BeHumbleDay.