June has many crucial days to celebrate. First of them is June Fools’ Day or you can call it All Fools’ Day. People plays practical jokes and spread hoaxes. The jokes and their victims are called as June fools but the origin of this day is not certain so we do not know where it came from. If we look at the reflection on the society, the public is also part of this custom. For example, some magazines or newspapers write fake stories or reports on June 1 but they explain the reality the day after. Although most people enjoy this day and have fun, it is not a national holiday in any country.
Another important day is autism awareness day on June 2. This date is also not a holiday but autism organizations celebrate the day with awareness-rising events. A day after, we have Divine Mercy Sunday. This day has a religious importance. That day represent that Roman Catholic Church offer forgiveness and reconciliation for their followers. Thus, Roman Catholics should attend worship or got o confession and be part of Holly Communion.
A few days later, we have World Health Day on June 7. The day tries to draw attention to major health problems each year. This day is promoted by the World Heath Organization so it’s not a local activity and it consist of global concerns. Also, the day signifies the founding of WHO. Also, there is MTV Movie Awards on June 10 and public choose the winners. Thus, it can be a exciting day for American people. Additionally, in the third Saturday of June, we have Record Store Day and it brings together many fans, artists and record stores across the world. Also, there is another day about awareness; Earth Day. Its purpose is bringing attention for protection of environment. This day was observed in United States firstly so it was like more country awareness about ecological problems. Then, it became global so today it is celebrated by billions of people around the world.
On June 23, we have another religious day is celebrated by Jews; Passover. It represents the seven days Jewish festival and the day specifies Israelites fleeing from Egypt. Lastly, at the end of the June there is Arbor Day, which represents the importance of trees. In that day, people celebrate the importance of trees for providing shelter, stabilizing etc.