Tangible Karma Day
Tangible Karma Day is observed on the first Saturday of April since 2005. It is celebrated on April 6th of this year. Karma means action, work or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where purpose and activities of an individual influence the future of that individual. Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering. Karma is believed to have its origin in ancient India and has its key concept in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Taoism. Tangible Karma is your opportunity to help yourself while helping others, by giving way ones’ useless things to those who are in need of them. It’s a day that celebrates giving and cleanses ones’ bad karma.
“I’m a true believer in karma. You get what you give, whether it’s bad or good.” – Sandra Bullock
How to celebrate Tangible Karma Day
A company called Tangible Karma is believed to be the reason for the birth of Tangible Karma Day. This group is said to be founded by Amber Nicole Dilger in 2005, and her idea was to recycle and reuse. Out of this company came the inspiration for Tangible Karma Day. Amber believed that a disarranged life could lead to a disarranged mind, which in turn leads to an instability of emotion and overall nervousness, and the best way to calm the space is by recycling resource.
Other Celebrations on April 6
April 6 is also celebrated as
- International Pillow Fight Day
- Plan Your Epitaph Day
- New Beer’s Eve
- National Tartan Day
- National Caramel Popcorn Day
History of Tangible Karma Day
Tangible Karma Day can be celebrated in many ways. This day is celebrated around the country by taking an hour break to clean your life and give away any unwanted items to those in need. Its a day to actively do something to fulfil others needs, volunteering yourself for social activity, and by helping unknown people. It is never too late to work on your karma and win through your bad luck. On this day raise awareness of the causes and effects of karma, and to help bring others into line. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media about Tangible Karma Day by using the hashtag #TangibleKarmaDay.