Today is the day celebrants boldly “march forth” into the world with confidence and vision to realize their dreams. This fantastic holiday was created by Deborah Shouse, a famous writer, speaker and creativity coach, and brought to my attention by one of my favorite writers: Victoria Moran.
The holiday invites you to celebrate yourself, to challenge yourself, to push your boundaries, to take on new experiences, and to celebrate your accomplishments. So, go for it: celebrate all you’ve done this year – and rejoice in moving boldly forward with your newest adventures!
How can you celebrate? Take ONE STEP toward making your dream a reality. ONE STEP forward to make something you want to happen, happen! Many great things have occurred on this day – so just for the record, and cuz it’s fun, here are some famous March 4th accomplishments to remember when celebrating your own:
1789 – In NYC, the first Congress of the United States meets, putting the U.S. Constitution into effect. 1875 – The first ever indoor hockey game takes place at Victoria skating rink in Montreal, Canada. 1924 – “Happy Birthday to You” is published by Claydon Sunny. 1931 – Gandhi signs agreement with Britain for release of political prisoners and allowing the public use of salt. 1933 – Franklin D. Roosevelt said “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” in his first inaugural address. 1975 – Charlie Chaplin (at age 86) is knighted by Queen Elizabeth. 1985 – The FDA approves a blood test for AIDS, used today for screening all blood donations in the U.S.
Take a minute to enjoy The March 4th Marching Band
M4 provides the opportunity to come together in joyous union with a band whose mission is to seize the moment, bring communities together, and leave everyone feeling as if the world is a better place.
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