The word “family” has many meanings and also occupies a special place in an individual’s life
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International Family Day is celebrated every year on May 15. This day aims to emphasize the importance of the family as the most important element of social solidarity and a peaceful society.
The word “family” has many meanings and also occupies a special place in an individual’s life. Taking time to spend time with your loved ones and reconnecting as a family can be the best thing ever.
This year’s International Family Day theme “Families and Urbanization” aims to raise awareness of the need for a sustainable, family-friendly urban policy.
Urbanization is one of the most important trends shaping our world, as well as the life and well-being of families as a whole.
Sustainable urbanization it is linked to the achievement of several sustainable development goals (SDGs), such as poverty eradication, good health and well-being, ensuring urban security and sustainability, and reducing inequality worldwide. These SDGs and their fulfillment depend on how well urbanization is managed for the benefit of families and increasing the well-being of all generations living in cities.
As we prepare to celebrate this day, here are some news and quotes to celebrate the occasion:
- I’m glad I can call you my family. Celebrating this day with you is nothing but a pure blessing from God. Happy family day.
- Family means no one is left behind or forgotten – David Ogden Stiers
- We will always be by your side, no matter what the situation. I love you so much, happy family day!
- “Family is the most important thing in life, everything I do, my greatest achievements and achievements are for you. Blessed to have a family.
- A happy family is an important pillar of a happy society. Let the families come together and spread peace and love. Happy International Family Day.
- Having a family means that you are part of something very special. It means you will love and you will be loved for life.
- The family is the first basic cell of human society.