September brings with it a collection of uplifting holidays and observances that spread positivity and joy. First and foremost, there's Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of the month in many countries. It's a time to honor the contributions of workers and take a well-deserved break, providing a moment of relaxation for many.
On September 5th, International Day of Charity encourages people and organizations to support charitable causes, highlighting the importance of kindness and giving. A week later, on September 13th, Positive Thinking Day reminds us of the power of optimism and positive thoughts in improving our overall well-being.
September 21st marks the International Day of Peace, dedicated to promoting peace, tolerance, and understanding among nations and individuals. Simultaneously, World Gratitude Day encourages us to express gratitude for the good things in life, enhancing our happiness and overall sense of fulfillment.
For those observing Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, it's a time of reflection, renewal, and hope for a better future. Meanwhile, the National Day of Encouragement on September 12th provides an opportunity to uplift others with kind words and gestures, spreading positivity and motivation.
Zodiac signs: Virgo (until September 22) and Libra (September 23 onwards)
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Here are a few of the special days during this month:
3 - First Quarter 2:08 pm EDT
5 - Labor Day (USA, Canada)
9 - Mercury Retrograde until October 2
10 - Mid-Autumn Festival (Asian)
10 - Full Moon 5:59 am EDT
11 - Grandparents Day
11 - Patriot Day
16 - Independence Day (Mexico)
17 - Last Quarter 5:52 pm EDT
21 - International Day of Peace
22 - Autumnal Equinox 9:04 pm EDT
22 - Mabon (Pagan/Wiccan)
25 - New Moon 5:54 pm EDT
26 - Navaratri begins (Hindu)
26 - Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year)
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Posted by Amber Lotus Publishing on 1st Sep 2023