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Today – August 12

The clock never stops, the hands keep rushing at their pace, and we need to keep up with them. Not every day brings in excitement and showers of joy,

The clock never stops, the hands keep rushing at their pace, and we need to keep up with them. Not every day brings in excitement and showers of joy, some days we stumble upon disappointments. But, to stay gloomy and embrace melancholy, or just shatter them with our smile, is all that comes from within. In simple words, we are sad when we choose to be. So, here we bring to you several reasons to make today count and celebrate each day. The Today column brings to you the reasons to celebrate each day!

When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.

The most important question I need to face is “How can I make life more wonderful for myself and others?”

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We have another reason to celebrate today. Let us put some party into our otherwise, hectic work life. Today is ‘Calligraphy Day’, the perfect occasion to celebrate.

Let us discuss, what calligraphy is? Calligraphy is an art in a written form. Today it is used in a lot of design concepts for publicity and promoting, and it is simple to do because of the advanced technology we have nowadays. On the other hand, calligraphy also has a history that has a huge impact on many cultures across the world. World Calligraphy Day commemorates this history and hopes that people can take on calligraphy in their lives.

History of World Calligraphy Day

Calligraphy has been around for a long time and has been an art form that marks necessary points in history. The Chinese, the Egyptians, the Islamic, and antique Western civilization all have dis-similar styles created from their own cultures because calligraphy is the concoction of visual art with inscription. For example, many of the Western civilizations calligraphy comes from its practice in Latin because of how it was skilled and read in religious churches. The same goes for the Islamic, using the Koran and religious texts to form art. that is Because it has been around for hundreds of years, calligraphy continues to be a kind of art form that helps aid and transform today’s media.

How can we celebrate World Calligraphy Day?

The best way to celebrate the world calligraphy all you have to do is to buy some provisions at your local art supply store and see how you do. If you need practice, you can always attend art classes, whether at a college or through online resources. You can also research the different styles of art there is and see what interests you the most. Share this holiday on social media using the hashtag #worldcalligraphyday and let everyone know what day it is today.

 

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