Siblings Day is an annual celebration designed to celebrate your extended family. Sure, there may be times when you enjoy your siblings a great deal. And, there are times when you wish to disaunt them from your life. After all, with a sibling or two, the older you get, the wiser you become.
A sister’s love can be a light that can shine in your own life too. It can provide a kindling that will enable you to build a strong flame that will guide you through your own difficulties. But, you need to remember that a good sister’s bond is not just about your relationship with a sibling. It is also about bonding with other members of your family.
Sister’s Day is an ideal occasion to bring your sister’s close to you and remember their special qualities and characteristics. Remember that your sisters matter so much to you because they have done nothing to deserve your love. This is why every day, on this special day, you should make sure that your sisters feel how important they are to you. Remember that love means supporting your sisters in their endeavors as well as their lives.
There is an interesting tradition in the West
There is an interesting tradition in the West, where a piece of the brother’s hair is tied around the wrist. This piece of cloth, called a bandhan, is kept as a remembrance and a talisman for all time. The tradition has its roots in India but many people now wear a sikh bandhan around the wrist in America. A sikh bandhan is usually worn around the neck on an auspicious occasion like the birth of a child or on an auspicious day like the onset of mazhabi (January) or on marriage anniversary. Many people also choose to wear sikhs on this day of sisterhood.
The true essence of Sister’s Day is about spreading the feeling of love and affection to those who need it most. Every year on this day, sisters in different parts of the world celebrate this special bond between them and their sisters. They go about their business and their lives with the same thoughts and emotions. On this special day, sisters try to remember the good times they shared with their sisters and create a special memory book. In this book they describe about how their sisters supported them in their personal, spiritual, social and economic life.
All around the world, Sister’s Day is celebrated differently. Some people exchange flowers and give away sips of coffee to their sisters, while others prefer to visit a hospital and spend time with sick sisters. There are even some people who create cards and gift them to their sisters on Sister’s Day. Whatever the method used to celebrate this bond, one thing is for sure – Sisters Day has made a significant mark and impact in many people’s lives.