Universal Human Beings Week
Humanity is one of the best ways to connect with others. Literature, history and art all focus on human emotions and life experiences. In a world filled with definitions, love is what makes humanity great.
Universal Human Beings Week encourages people to think about these ideas and then to take action to promote human rights and make positive changes in the world.
The International Society of Friendship and Good Will founded Universal Human Beings Week. This organization aims to improve understanding and human rights, while remaining neutral in politics and religion. It supports all its members, regardless of their backgrounds.
In 1978, Dr. Stanley J. Drake, then president of Fort Lauderdale University in Florida, thought of the organization. He wanted to start an organization that would help and promote peace on his 60th birthday.
Two years later, the foundation was established. It has members in 189 countries, and celebrates holidays related to human right, including Universal Human Beings Week.
Universal Human Beings Week’s ideals revolve around eliminating the barriers that divide people and creating new types of communities that are based around one common factor: humanity.
The holiday’s goal is to place ethical wealth above material wealth, foster understanding through community activities, and support organisations that work for peace. This holiday is also known for reviewing human rights such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations and helping to create harmony among one another to improve the world we live in by fighting hatred through love.
Be kind to each other. Participate in a community event to help those in need. Spend your money on a charity that believes in helping humanity.
Start a campaign to raise funds for causes that you are passionate about. Learn about humanitarianism from philosophy books and find ways to incorporate it into your everyday life. Help the poor and hug someone in need to change your perspective on the world.
Share this holiday on social media using the hashtag #UniversalHumanBeingsWeek and remind your friends and family that love should be the most important thing that humanity should treasure.