National Defy Superstition Day
National Defy Superstition Day is commemorated on September 13th of every year. Everyone get influenced by some form of superstitious beliefs. Take an opportunity on this National Defy Superstition Day to break those superstitious beliefs you have been living with so far.
“Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” – Bertrand Russell
History of National Defy Superstition Day
The National Defy Superstition Day was first celebrated in the year 2015. The person or the organization that established this day was anonymous. The celebration of the Defy Superstition Day encourages people to get out of the superstitious beliefs they have believed. It is a great chance for those rational minded people to overcome these strange thoughts. Superstitious thoughts and beliefs are spread all over the world. The only difference is it varies from place to place.
The superstition usually refers to religious practices in a society. Some believe that a black cat crossing their way is a bad luck. Hotels with room numbers 13 and 13th floors are not usually allocated. Any Friday that falls on 13th is considered as a bad luck. These are the top superstitious beliefs and the list goes on in great number. Break all your fears about this superstitious and celebrate the day.
Other Celebrations on September 13
September 13 is also celebrated as
- Ganesh Chaturthi
- National Peanut Day
- Roald Dahl Day
- International Programmers Day
- National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day
- Positive Thinking Day
How to Celebrate National Defy Superstition Day
Celebrating National Defy Superstition Day is very simple. When a black cat passes on your way you need not get panic or offended. You can celebrate a day for the black cats as a form of appreciation. You can walk under the ladder. Celebrate the day by arranging for a party with people nearby on this day as to let them get out of the beliefs. Encourage and educate people about how to overcome their fear of ill luck. Share your celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #NationalDefySuperstitionDay.