National Everything You Think Is Wrong Day:
This is an infamous and unofficial holiday which is observed on the 15th of March every year. It is a reminder to everyone that nobody is perfect, and there are a lot of things that need to be corrected since we are wrong about them. To be honest, this day is kind-of renowned for its special feature, i.e., nothing can go right on that day, and everything is/goes wrong.
Related: Other National Days Celebrated on March 15th:
Why National Everything You Think Is Wrong Day is celebrated?
The purpose of the day is specifically to make you realize that not everything is right, but it is not wrong either. It helps us acknowledge our imperfections, things we lack, things we are not aware of, and things that we can still learn. This day is a living proof that everything can be fixed and opportunities present themselves to do so. Still, to do so, we need to learn and have the appropriate knowledge, thus making our lives a better one for us and everyone else. This day is specifically for people so that they can realize that they are not always right. And the moral of the day is that it is good to admit when a person is wrong or even right and that no one is perfect and each & everyone makes mistakes.
How Can We Observe National Everything You Think is Wrong Day?
Although this day is not that well known still the people who celebrate this day or are interested in doing so can do it the right way by the following given ways:-
- You can spend the day thinking about things that are worth reflecting on, observing, and/or correcting.
- You can correct or sequence your thoughts (this one helps).
- You can organize yourself and decide to start or rather learn something new.
- Think over things you could have or still can correct.
- Try sharing and helping your peers and friends thus, gaining their trust and respect.
But no matter what you do or how you observe this day, it will still be wrong since everything you think is wrong. Use this hashtag #nationaleverythingyouthinkiswrongday #everthingyouthinkiswrong #correctthewrong.
Interesting facts about National Everything You Think is Wrong Day:
- People consider this day as a weakness since they have to accept their mistakes, which according to them, is not something strong people do.
Other than this, there are not a lot of interesting facts, but there are some quotes on the same topic that are a must know.
Most of them are mentioned below:-
- If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.
- The best way to cheer yourself up is to cheer someone else up.
- The only thing permanent in this life is that everything is temporary.
- Don’t feel sorry for yourself if you have chosen the wrong road; turn around.
- Know that you don’t know. That is superior
- Knowledge will give you power but character respect.
- The dumbest people I know are those who know it all.
- A man can’t learn what he thinks he already knows.
- Great knowledge is universal. Small knowledge is limited. Great words are inspiring. Small words are chatter.
- To attain knowledge, add things every day. To attain wisdom, remove things every day.
History of National Everything You Think Is Wrong Day:
There is not much of a history known for this day, but one thing that is for sure is the day after it, i.e., the 16th of March is observed as Everything You Do is Right day. So, don’t lose hope and don’t be overwhelmed or something like that. The whole point is actually to take it easy and yet correctly. And if you know any history, I guess you will be correct, but on some other day, you will be wrong on this day.
But still, there are a lot of historical things that happened on the someday like:-
- The first American blood bank was inaugurated/opened.
- The first-ever domain was officially registered.
- The roman empire had another in charge swap.
- The French attacked the English south coast.
- The French king, Louis the XVth, declared war with Britain.
- The University of Toronto was chartered.
- The first automatic ballot booth/ voting machine was unveiled in New York state.
- The 1st potential elevator was invented and unveiled.
- Horse Racing was banned but only in San Francisco.
- Women were given voting rights for the first time in Europe (specifically in Finland)
- The first nuclear test was conducted at the Nevada test site.