Staring off into space is what people do when they get bored. Or do that just for the sake of doing that. What we do not realize is that by doing so we waste a huge amount of time. So much that you would question yourself how much you have actually been productive for the day. Therefore here are 2 amusing days and events to get you into productive mode. Today, November 30, we have the Day of Remembrance for all victims of chemical warfare and cyber Monday. Read up and get going.
Day of Remembrance for All Victims Of Chemical Warfare
Chemical warfare has been in existence since 1915. Thankfully nowadays, chemicals are used for better purposes such as experimenting, discovery, and other resourceful things. Nowadays, chemicals are used for far more domestic purposes than in 1915. Yet we use them in far greater quantities in our lives.
Chemical Weapons were heavily used during World War I. This resulted in more than a hundred thousand casualties. And over a million deaths. The use of this surely wins a battle, it may even win the war. But the bigger picture here to see is how much damage and after effects, it has on all living beings. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is the reason for the elimination of chemical warfare. This is done in the interest of saving as many both civilian and military lives as possible.
How to Celebrate
Let us take this day to honor and remember all those who lost their lives to chemical warfare and exposure. Today, November 30 let us join our hand in unison to support the families and friends of those who lost their loved ones. Open up your social media and post about the importance of this day. Encourage others also to join in and be supportive of both the lost ones and the families.
Whenever we hear the word “sale”, we get worked up. And for our convenience, sellers post the sign sale when they know that their customers will buy no matter what. On top of that, we also end up overbuying. Now imagine doing all this shopping sitting right at home. That is what Cyber Monday is about.
Ellen Davis, senior vice president of National Retail Federation coined the term Cyber Monday on November 30, 2005. It was only in 2014 that Cyber Monday became a worldwide accepted norm. This day considered to be the most profitable day for most retailers. With more than $5 billion in profits, surprisingly both customers and retailers are happy people.
How to Celebrate
As today is about sales, go online, and shop what your heart desires the most. Buy that expensive phone that you have been saving up for. Gift your parents and grandparents some valuable home appliance that they can use. Encourage your friends to do the same too. This day is about spoiling yourself and your loved ones. You can do this at the best deals and prices today.
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