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World Mercy Day 2021 .. Find out when and how to celebrate it

World Mercy Day 2021 .. Find out when and how to celebrate it

Samar Samir

Posted: Saturday, November 13, 2021 – 10:41 AM | Last Updated: Saturday, November 13, 2021 – 10:41 am

World Mercy Day is a day that promotes the importance of empathy for others, for oneself, and for the world.

Because the act of kindness fills hearts with joy, but in a busy schedule, many people miss spending time with friends or family.

Therefore, the Hindustan Times website has published a collection of information on the history of International Mercy Day and ways to celebrate it.

History of World Mercy Day

History of World Mercy Day Since 1997 the World Mercy Movement has held its first conference in Tokyo, Japan to unite like-minded organizations around the world, and has been observed in Canada, Australia, Nigeria and many other countries. In 1998, the day became an annual celebration in the United Arab Emirates.

The Mercy Movement began to be accepted worldwide each year, the Mercy Movement began in the United Kingdom in 2005, Singapore joined in 2009, Australia joined in 2012, France joined in 2015, and the United States joined in 2018. By 2019, the global charity movement will reach 27 countries.

After this decades-long journey of the Global Mercy Movement, the Global Mercy Movement was finally recognized as the official NGO in Switzerland.

Ways to make yourself beautiful:

Send an encouraging message to your friend or family member.
Look at the children smiling and smile at them.
Talk to a friend or family member you have not spoken to in a long time.
Praise a real person.
Surprise your neighbor with some freshly cooked snacks or dishes.
Feed dog or cat companions on the streets.
– Be a good listener
Love yourself and take a day off.

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