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How to Brighten Up Your Birthday

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The birthday is the anniversary of the date a person was born, usually treated as an occasion for celebration and the giving of gifts. Around 2 billion cards are sent each year and more than 50 million people attend parties in the US alone.

Birthdays are a great time for family and friends to show how much they love you by giving a gift or showing their affection in other ways. However, not everyone has the time or money to buy a big present for their loved one on their special day. It’s okay to be grateful for any gift you receive on your birthday, regardless of its value. The fact that those who love you took time out of their busy lives to think about you and make a special effort for you is enough to brighten up your day.

It is also a great opportunity to remind yourself of all the things you have accomplished in your life. It’s true that people tend to focus on their shortcomings, but remembering all the good things about yourself can be a real confidence booster. If you want to add a little extra something to your birthday wish, try using an inspiring quote. This will not only show how thoughtful you are, but it will also add a touch of wisdom to your message.

In many cultures, the number of candles on a cake symbolizes age and is considered to be a lucky number. The oldest person present at a birthday party will light the first candle and the youngest will blow it out. It is believed that the act of lighting a candle and making a wish sends a message to gods to protect the celebrant.

Aside from being a great time to celebrate the life of a person, birthday is also an important time to reflect on how lucky you are to have them in your life. It is important to take time out for yourself on your birthday, even if it means spending the day at home taking a long bubble bath or going for a walk. It is your special day and you should treat yourself with the same care that you show to others.

The famous song, “Happy Birthday,” was written in 1893 by two Kentucky schoolteachers Patty Hill and Mildred Hill and published in a book for teachers. It is now in the public domain and Warner Chappell Music has dropped its claim for copyright.