“I Want You to be Happy!
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“I Want You to be Happy Day” should probably be celebrated every day, as it is intended to be a day of unselfish caring, a day to wish others happiness. A day to show happiness to our loved ones, of course, but also a day to wish happiness for all we meet.
How one celebrates “I Want You to be happy Day” is up to the individual. You might start the day with a special breakfast for your family, or perhaps even a breakfast out at your favorite restaurant. Ensuring that each family member has a great start to his or her day is a task most of us aspire to each day, but on this day, we might all go that extra little bit. A special hug for each child and adult, favorite inspiring music in the background, and perhaps a cheerful note to each.
Other ideas to help inspire you include calling a friend or relative you haven’t spoken to in a few days or perhaps taking them a little treat as a surprise. Children can join in, too, and perhaps a trip to a shut in friend or a visit to your local nursing home might be a good way to enable children to celebrate. Have them make cards or draw pictures, gather a few wild flowers, and set out to show the residents that “I Want You to be Happy!”
Little touches make a big difference every day and should not be limited to our friends and family. The checkout girl might appreciate a smile and a big “have a great day!” as you leave the store, just as the gas station attendant will feel that happiness from a similar gesture.