Printable Blank February 2023 Calendar – It is important to be aware of significant dates in March. This includes the Good Samaritan’s Day (March 15), National Dentist’s Day (March 16) and International Women’s Day (March 17). Furthermore it is the month in which daylight saving time is set to begin. This means you might need to alter your timetable.
Day of the Good Samaritan
Every year, the 13th of March is designated “National Good Samaritan’s day”. It is a day when we be remembered for acts of kindness and sacrifice and the importance of helping others.
A person who dedicates their time to helping others is known as an “good neighbor.” They can provide help, including food, clothing and shelter for someone who is not at home. A good Samaritan possesses the ability to give back and also has a heart of pure gold.
The Bible contains the Good Samaritan’s Tale. A good Samaritan offered help to a stranger who was attacked by bandits, according to the Bible.
One good example can be found in the Good Samaritan story in the Gospel of Luke. In particular, it describes the way robbers attacked a Jewish traveler. The good Samaritan offered to help and offered to pay for the medical care of the victim, and also assist with wound care.
On this day, people from Irish origin are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in the United States, Canada and other countries. It is not an official holiday, therefore businesses can be open as usual. Many people take part in parades, dress up for the celebration and sip Irish beer.
Saint Patrick was a notable historical figure who brought Christianity to Ireland. He was born around the time of the end in the fourth century of Britain. Ireland was mostly a pagan nation at the time. When he was just a teenager when he was captured and taken to Ireland. After being imprisoned for many years after which he was released, he converted to religion.
He is revered as the martyr of the customer of engineers, and is also the patron saint of Ireland and Nigeria. The shamrock symbolises the Holy Trinity.
The Day of the Dentist
Each year, March 6 is National Dentist’s Day. A day dedicated to dentists and their achievements each year.
Dental professionals should make use of this opportunity to display their skills, organize screening events, create awareness, and showcase their knowledge. Through the entire year, you should take care of your teeth. You can prevent unpleasant problems by cleaning and examining your teeth.
It’s a wonderful opportunity to celebrate National Dentist’s Day. You can send notes from your dentist and gifts.
You can show your appreciation to your dentist by flossing and cleaning every day for 2 minutes each.
International Day of Women
International Women’s Day is March 8. Women celebrate and create awareness about their rights. Women are encouraged to stand up for equality. It is observed each March 8th and celebrates the contribution of women.
American businesses and schools celebrate International Women’s Day. March also is National Women’s History Month.
A lot of countries have faced discrimination against women for many decades. But, the battle for equality between genders goes back much further. According to the World Economic Forum in 2133 the goal of gender equality is to become a reality worldwide. Women are actively involved in business and politics today and are pushing for equal pay and access to contraception.
Discussions about sexual harassment and equal pay have led to a national dialogue about women’s rights. This has resulted in women taking part within in the United States of America and around the world. But, Russia also has issues concerning women’s rights.
EST (Early Set-Off Time)
It is crucial to understand that daylight saving time varies dependent on where you live. For instance, DST begins in the US on the second Sunday of March. It is then back to normal time on Sundays 1 and 2.
47 states are covered by DST. Arizona, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico are the only states that are not included. In addition three of Australia’s most populous regions do not participate.
A few academics claim that an extra bit of light in the evenings can reduce traffic accidents and helps full-time workers exercise more. These benefits are especially true for areas in remote locations that are not near the Equator.
It’s evident that Americans do not agree with this idea. However, a lot of people wrongly think that farmers are the movement’s main supporters.