World Health Day – Juliana Frances

World Health Day

Given the current global health issues, with the pandemic, which is actually a great spiritual teacher for those who are awakened at this time on Earth, World Health Day annually on April 7, falls perfectly at this time of year. World Health Day is about celebrating all the wonderful medical personnel who dedicate their skills and efforts to their fellow human, in need of care. Thus, today we celebrate nurses and midwives around the world, who care for each and every one of us in the world.

How to observe World Health Day 

The global health issues we face today affect each and everyone at a world scale. The reason is that we are all connected, beyond the concept of globalization. Today more than ever, we see that an outbreak that started at the other end of the globe spreads like wild-fire to the other end. This means that we are more united than ever, in the face of global health issues and healthcare.

We need to acknowledge the vital importance of the work of nurses worldwide for the health and wellbeing of humankind. Today is the day! Send your appreciation and love to these wonderful caretakers who make such a huge difference in our lives. Share this day on your social media, use the hashtag #worldhealthday, and contribute with your gratitude to make this world a better place for us all.

World Health Day is to show your support for nurses and midwives that are in the frontline of all global health issues. These wonderful people place the needs of others before their own safety in very many cases, and we need to show how much we appreciate their dedication, hard work, and courage.

You can also use this day as a reminder that there are good medical and alternative health sources and it is up to you as an individual to take the best care of your health.

We’re in this together and we can do it! #nofear

 


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