Daughter of artist Kidist G/Sillasie has a surprise birthday party

A birthday is just another day, so why bother celebrating it, it has been said. A birthday, on the other hand, represents your beginning and the joy of life. Every person on earth has the opportunity to complete their own special mission. A birthday is a significant event that should not be taken lightly. It is a season for joy, introspection, and gratitude. I believe birthday celebrations ought to be more deliberate. It’s something from which we can all gain. particularly today. Birthday celebrations are not essential to human life by nature. There were some cultures or societies where this wasn’t a norm. I don’t claim that celebrating a person’s birthday is an indispensable way to affirm and rejoice in life. Different ways were used by other cultures to express such approval and joy. In my opinion, a good birthday celebration is more important now than ever before. Why? In short, there are powerful forces working against our sense of self and the goodness of life, and we lack contexts and customs that emphasize the gift of life. Even if we frequently shop at the same location, we might feel as though we are treated impersonally in a number of other ways. (It was already difficult when the check-out person’s position changed to one that required constant rotation; the automated tellers have now highlighted it.) We have grown numb to anonymity because we are so used to it. It might even be comforting now. This is the environment that our children live in. Their devices entice them, but later sabotage the very connection they guaranteed. Just picture the betrayal! They are told by voices that ought to have been supportive that they must act a certain way in order to be accepted.

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