Today- August 24


Today- August 24

Let us celebrate

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, The 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!

Today we are celebrating the first Kobe Bryant day on 24 august as the remembrance of Kobe Bryant. Kobe Bryant was not only a well-known basketball player but he was a hopeful personality to children and many teenagers in Los Angeles and all over the world, he was a motivation and an enlightening idol. On the day his figures meet (8 and 24); we rejoice in the life and aptitude that was Kobe Bryant and that of his daughter, Gianna, whose talented life was cut squat.


Kobe Bean Bryant was born on August 23, in the year 1978 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to previous NBA player Joe Bryant and Pamela Cox Bryant. Bryant started playing basketball at the age of three. His father retreated from the NBA and shifted his family to Italy to carry on playing specialized basketball at a lower level. Bryant fits accurately in his new way of life and cultured to speak fluent Italian. The Lakers were Bryant’s preferred team rising and his grandfather would send him videos of NBA games to revise. Throughout his summers, Bryant debuted in the Summer Pro League in Long Beach, California, attaining 25 points in front of a standing-room-only crowd. He scored 36 points in the finale and finished with a standard of 24.5 points and 5.3 bounce backs in four games. He turned out to be the youngest player to ever play in an NBA game and the youngest NBA starter.

On January 26, 2020, at 9:06 am PST, 41-year-old Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna went on a chopper journey with his six relatives and a pilot. The group was roving to a basketball game at Bryant’s Mamba Academy in the Thousand Oaks. Due to drizzle and mist, LAPD choppers and mainly other air traffic were stuck at 9:45 am, the chopper had gone down into the surface of a peak in Calabasas and trapped with fire.

Why is Kobe Bryant day important?

Kobe was more than just an NBA Hall of Famer; he was a one-shot flair with a spirited force that made him one of the most excellent basketball players of all time. It’s his name that citizens say when they’re tossing a balled-up paper into a fritter away storage bin, hoping to make it in on the primary attempt. Rather than that he was such a kind-hearted personality and such an inspiration for today’s generation. It’s significant to keep in mind more than just the loss of Kobe Bryant, but of his daughter as fine, and the assurance she formerly held that will go miserably displeased.

How we can celebrate Kobe Bryant’s day?

The best way to celebrate Kobe Bryant’s day is that you can donate or give some charity to poor people and those who are needy as Bryant used to do and you can also donate some clothes or some eatables in orphanages. It is one of the best ways to celebrate Kobe Bryant. 


“Don’t stop when you

Are tired, stop when you 

Are done.”

Struggles and trials in your life will make your body and soul exhausted. It is bound to tempt you to give up and believe that all this hard work is not worth it, so just let it go. This is exactly why you need to stay firm and promise yourself not to rest. You should celebrate only after you are done with the task and achieve your aim. Only then the world will dance with you to celebrate your victory and you will bask in the glory of success with much deserved rest.


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