National Chaos Never Dies Day is celebrated annually on November 9th. This event has a deep philosophical meaning, as many perceive the modern world as a chaotic and mad place. But it is impossible to run away or avoid it – instead, the purpose of National Chaos Never Dies Day is to accept it.
Chaos has always been a part of our lives and has been present long before the term was even coined. In Greek mythology, Chaos is the oldest deity to exist before the universe. The origin of the holiday is unknown, but its purpose is clear – to allow people to take a break and find harmony with chaos.
- Psychologists have noted that relaxation techniques and cosmetics cannot dispel chaos from life, but can be used for psychological relief.
- Everyone has their own interpretation of chaos – for some it is a hectic lifestyle, for others it is a family dinner.
- The mission of National Chaos Never Dies Day is to motivate people to accept chaos and challenge it.
- Edward Lorenz was the author of chaos theory, and he received the Kyoto Prize for his work.
How to take part
Chaos will never disappear, so instead of fighting it, take a few extra hours of rest. If life is feeling chaotic, watch a movie or read a book with a disaster plot – this can be sobering and show that worries are not worth worrying about. Take advantage of the rare opportunity of spa treatments – a great way to relax and recharge.
When is National Chaos Never Dies Day celebrated in 2023?
National Chaos Never Dies Day is observed on November 9 each year.