Global Family Day, also known as One Day of Peace and Sharing, is January 1 annually
It's a time for peace
Happy global family day! What a great way to celebrate the first day of the year, to spend it in the day of peace and togetherness. Global Family Day is a day of peace that you spend with your family. It is on January 1st every year, making it one of the first days of peace for the year within the United States.
When did this day originate?
Global Family Day is a day that was originally was dubbed "One day of peace," which was created by the United Nations. Global Family Day grew out of this, through the efforts of Linda Grover to promote the date included in a 1996 children's book One Day in Peace, January 1, 2000, by Steve diamond and Robert Alan. This was originally a millennium celebration done by the United Nations that was soon created into a tradition by the United States. The book made by the two was soon translated into 22 different languages. Grover herself also promoted the celebration through her own novel called The Tree Island.
This is the first day of the new year when you can promote peace and sharing. What better people to do this with than your family and friends? On this day we put our efforts to bring ourselves together to be with one another in a great setting. As this is the first day of the year, it gives you and your family a great start by providing a peaceful setting for everyone. Linda Grover did a great job in this, as she was able to bring to the world a wonderful celebration that would give everyone a breath of fresh air.
Uniting People on Global Family Day
Global Family Day is a day that brings together families. It is a day that should inspire you to not only bring peace to one day, but peace to every single day of that new year. This day allows everyone of all colors and shapes to be at peace with one another. Linda Grover and the other authors of their books chose a wonderful message to spread. So let us embrace this start of the new year with our hands outstretched to hold this peace.