Do national or international special days have any impact on people? As the world Chocoladedag or as European victim day?

Some have much, other less meaning.

The Sugar Festival, Ascension Day and Jom Kipoer are important in the culture that originates from the religion where those days are associated.

New Year, Christmas, and celebrations that, among other names, mark the moment that the days are borrowing again, are celebrated everywhere around the world, sometime in December or January.

Christmas and to a lesser extent Easter, have influence throughout the world.A free day and a feast are never gone and the commercialisation does make sure that we don’t forget those days.

Sinterklaas and World Animal Day are also nice in that category.The only thing is that the festive meal for the cat is less festive for the chickens, pigs and fish that are processed therein.

Nationally celebrate almost all countries liberation days and national holidays, if or not combined with commemorative days in case of borrowing.

Then you have a lot of days to put in the light of specific events, diseases and emancipation processes that have varying meanings in certain cultures and subcultures: for example, World Aids Day and International Women’s Day, which Coincidentally next week is, March 8.

There are a lot of these days.

Chocolate Day, Pindakaasdag and the prayer day for the free-range egg are very much loved by those who promote those products, but they are not yet elevated to days off, so for most people less important than Christmas.

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These kinds of days are being peamed over the wall and we have to find that automatically to support it.

But for what?I don’t see him.

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Yes and No.

Yes, because SO鈩?N Day brings the subject to the attention, and no, because most of those subjects should be given every day attention.As world-Chocolate day, for example < grin >.

Such days are absolute nonsense.Zo N day usually arises to please a lobby group.

European Day of the victim?Does that really exist? What kind of victims, road casualties, domestic violence, victims of discrimination, victims of an elitist education? In a certain sense, everyone is victims of it. I do not believe that entering such days leads to a better world.

My idea, that no one binds, is that they are very seldom successful.Secretary Day seems more like a compulsory number than a sincere expression of appreciation.
Valentine’s Day: A clever move from traders.
The rest: At least I never know

Interesting.In this case, you could say that the question ask him to answer it. Certainly because you set him on the European day of the victim.

More seriously, yes, I think it affects.There is often extra attention to the subject on such a day.

Another example is International Women’s Day on 8 March.There are numerous events worldwide. In Some countries, such as Russia, it is a use to pamper women with flowers that day. That is, in any case, if there are no sanctions, very good for the Dutch flower growers. I know a few for which the turnover related to this day could make or break their year.

So it certainly has influence.Sometimes to a small extent and sometimes in a very broad sense.

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