December, a month full of love, humanity and gifts as events; Christmas and new year eve. It will also be a month full of romance. What are some of the most interesting facts about the month of December.
December is the 12th and last month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. And one of seven months lasting 31 days. December begins on the same day of the week as September of each year and ends on the same day of April of each year. It is the month with the shortest summer time of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and the longest summer time of the year in the Southern Hemisphere. December in the Northern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent of June in the Southern Hemisphere and vice versa.
Top 10 interesting facts about the month of December.
1. International Hug Day
Embracing should be a random act of kindness, an altruistic act performed just to make others feel better. This year’s International Free Hug Day is celebrated on December 4th. Give hugs to all your loved ones on this day. Grab your love and twist your arms around him or her in a big cuddly bear hug. If someone is away, send an electronic hug or send a hug poem or romantic ways to celebrate the hug holiday.
2. Winter Flowers Day
Winter Flower Day can be a tribute to the flowers in your backyard or your local botanical garden. Because December is a very romantic month. So do it your way. Send your loved one a beautiful bouquet of winter flowers (beautiful winter tulips are a great choice).
3. Human Rights Day
Human Rights Day is celebrated annually worldwide on December 10. The date was chosen to honor the adoption and proclamation of the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The first global enunciation of human rights. In addition, one of the first major achievements of the new United Nations. The formal establishment of Human Rights Day took place at the 317th Plenary Meeting of the General Assembly on December 4, 1950, when the General Assembly declared resolution 423 (V), inviting all member states and any other interested organizations to celebrate the day as as you please. .
4. Monkey Day
Monkey Day is an unofficial holiday celebrated internationally on December 14 of each year. The holiday began in 2000, when founder Casey Sorrow scribbled playing Monkey Day on a friend’s calendar.
It was first celebrated by Lansing residents and art students at Michigan State University. He gained notoriety when the comic strip of Casey Sorrow and Eric Millikin, Fetus-X, started promoting it online along with other cartoonists. Since then, Monkey Day is celebrated internationally in countries such as the USA, Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom.
5. Winter Begins
Astronomical Winter (Northern Hemisphere) begins on Friday, December 21, 2012. Celebrate the beginning of winter by sledding together, sledding or going off the ski slopes. The idea is to have fun together in winter.
6. Forefather’s Day
Ancestors Day is a holiday celebrated in Plymouth, Massachusetts, on December 22. It is a commemoration of the Pilgrim Parent’s landing in Plymouth, Massachusetts, on December 21, 1620. It was introduced in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1769. By adjusting the date to the Gregorian calendar, the birthday was set erroneously on December 22 instead. December 21st. Ancestors Day is a well known and well celebrated holiday in Plymouth.
7. Human Light, Humanist holiday
HumanLight is a humanist holiday celebrated on December 23rd. Like Kwanzaa, HumanLight is a modern invention created to provide a specifically humanistic celebration near Christmas and the winter solstice of the northern hemisphere. It was created by the New Jersey Humanist Network in 2001. Humanists launched HumanLight as a celebration of “a humanist’s vision of a good future.”
8. Christmas Evening
Christmas Eve is the night or the whole day before Christmas Day, the annual festival widely celebrated in celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. It takes place on December 24 in the Western Christian Church, and is considered one of the most culturally significant celebrations of Christendom and the Western world, where it is widely observed as a full or partial holiday before Christmas Day.
9. Christmas Day
Christmas is an annual celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. In addition, it is a widely observed holiday, usually celebrated on December 25th by billions of people worldwide. Christmas is a civil holiday in many of the nations of the world, is celebrated by a growing number of non-Christians and is an integral part of the Christmas and holiday season.
10. New Years Evening
In the Gregorian calendar, New Year’s Eve, the last day of the year, is December 31st. In many countries, New Year’s Eve is celebrated at night social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink alcohol, and watch or light fireworks to mark the New Year. Some people attend a night service. Celebrations usually run from midnight until January 1 (New Year’s Day).