let us celebrate
The clock never stops, the hands keep rushing at their pace, and we need to keep up with them. Not every day brings in excitement and showers of joy,
The clock never stops, the hands keep rushing at their pace, and we need to keep up with them. Not every day brings in excitement and showers of joy, some days we stumble upon disappointments. But to stay gloomy and embrace melancholy, or just shatter them with our smile, is all that comes from within. In simple words, we are sad when we choose to be. So, here we bring to you the reasons to celebrate each day. Today column brings to you the reasons to celebrate each day
Today we are celebrating VJ day. The VJ day stands for the conquest over Japan. V-J Day, rejoiced every September 2 in the U.S., considered as a triumph over Japan Day, honoring a shift in the Second World War in good turn of the Allies (the U.S., Great Britain, France, and other nations) that enchanted the conclusion of the enormous clash
HISTORY OF VJ DAY
Today, many history channels are broadcasting Hollywood films and all those which are based on fiction broadcasting. Many Hollywood films, and a load of written creative writing and factual well-liked writing, and more, still regularly attribute the proceedings of the European and Pacific Theaters of WWII as a story. We think it’s a safe supposition that our readers have an essential functioning information of the United States’ entrance into the war subsequent the kamikaze Japanese (conventional explosive) violence of Pearl Harbor, onward in point of time throughout the American hallway on the beaches of Europe, giving up life and member to hold back the Nazi creature and steadily ahead more land, on through to the harsh end
HOW WE CAN CELEBRATE VJ DAY?
We can celebrate this awesome day by visiting the graves and cemeteries of the soldiers, those who were involved in the world war. And, we can also pay our tributes by taking some garlands and flowers to their cemeteries and graves. Let us spread the word about all their sacrifices and thank their valor.
“It’s better to live one day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep”.
This is an interesting quote that throws light on the strength of a lion as compared to the meekness of a sheep and motivates us to follow the lifestyle of the former. The lion is the king of the jungle, strong, confident, aware, and self-sufficient, can hunt for it, and defend itself. Whereas sheep just eats, sleeps, and follows the shepherd to be guided to food and water. Like a lion, each one of us has a fire within which is ready to devour the silly constraints created by weakling all around us. So if we can awaken the beast within us, why should we choose to live huddled up in a mediocre crowd, instead we must lead them