World Dream Day
World Dream Day is commemorated on September 25 of every year. To get a better tomorrow, one needs to dream and work on the dream to attain success. Are you a dreamer? Do you wish for your dream to comes true? The World Dream Day is just for you. Have a dream, plan to work on it and start working on it. World Dream Day celebrates every visionary as to encourage them to achieve the dream.
“Dream is not that which you see while sleeping it is something that does not let you sleep.” – A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
History of World Dream Day
An anonymous instructor first established the World Dream Day at Columbia University in 2012. The aim of celebrating the day is to help each one us to achieve our dreams. It makes the world a better place to live for those visionaries. The day is observed as to encourage individuals, families, schools, business, and communities to take time and focus on those dreams to turn them into a reality. The vision of the day is to unite the people from all around the world in achievement and aspiration. The celebration of the day makes the world a brighter, more innovative and a collaborative place. Every dream has some effects, and there are so many world famous personalities who attained success after making their dream come true. One has to cross the barriers for achieving the goal. Dream Day celebrates people to dream for their aim and bring about a positive change. The Dream Day inspires and aspires in raising the people globally and take a stand for what they truly desire and deserve.
Other Celebrations on September 25
September 25 is also celebrated as
- National Cooking Day
- National One-hit Wonder Day
- National Psychotherapy Day
- Binge Day
- World Pharmacy Day
How to Celebrate World Dream Day
Celebrating the World Dream Day is very simple. Bring out an inspiring dream, create a plan, and start to work towards your goal. The day is even for those who want to enlarge their productivity or goal. Post and share your celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #WorldDreamDay.