Be Humble Day is a worldwide holiday dedicated to humility. Be humble and don’t try to stand out among the others. It’s really hard in today’s world. Live for yourself and appreciate what you have without bragging about it. It is celebrated annually on February 22.
The details of the creation of Be Humble Day are unknown. I guess the person who came up with it was pretty humble. The main prohibition of this feast concerns bragging. People who try to stand out with something (expensive clothes, cars, accessories) find themselves under the power of pride. One of the seven sins consumes a person completely, he no longer sees any life other than the one where the people around him admire and respect him.
Celebrating Be Humble Day does not have the sole purpose of humility. You also need to accept your mistakes, listen to other people’s positions, change for the better, and become the best version of yourself.
Unfortunately, in today’s world modest people are considered closed and insecure. However, that is absolutely not the case! Such people simply do not try to stand out, they are focused on achieving success and strive for self-development. They are already happy, so there is no need to demonstrate this fact.
- According to the psychologist’s research, modest people were more attractive to their interlocutors than open, sociable and bright individuals.
- Humble people are effective in their work. They don’t waste time proving their success, they just get it done.
- Humble people are loyal friends. In addition, communicating with such a person allows you to relax and calm down, as an even emotional tone of communication is formed.
How to celebrate
Think about whether you are humble enough on Be Humble Day. Devote your free time to reflection and self-development. Make plans for the future. Think about what kind of life you want to live and how to achieve it.
Spread the word on social media. Let more users learn about him, and change their minds about humble people.
When is Be Humble Day celebrated in 2024?
Be Humble Day is observed on February 22 each year.