United Nations Day: One World United

Peace on Earth—every beauty queen’s dream.   The United Nations is working steadily to ensure that this happens.  In place of the League of Nations, the UN was established on 24 October 1945 after World War II.

Objectives of the United Nations

  • maintaining peace between nations
  • promoting human rights
  • fostering social and economic development
  • protecting the environment
  • providing humanitarian aid

What Does a World United Look Like?

Image result for one world unitedNo war.  Strong economies.  Peaceful international trade agreements. I believe we have come a long way since WWII.  Yes, there is still war and countries that struggle, but we have started taking baby steps toward accepting other cultures and embracing diversity.  Think about the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea and what happened with the subsequent events afterward.  North Korea and South Korea have been at war for ages.  They had not sat down and “officially” talked in more than two years, up until the Winter Olympics.  Since then, more and more cameras have been pointed toward North Korea and more “talks” have been held.


Image result for pictures of North Korea leaders at the olympicsOther than the Olympics, there is the spark set by the Far East Movement.  Music and movies are more culturally diverse now than ever.  Websites written in other languages are easily translated via website providers.  Books on Amazon are translated via Kindle.  I could go on and on, but I think you get the picture.

Humanity still has a long way to go, but we are making strides, breaking down boundaries, and actively changing our future.  I don’t think I will be able to see a world united in my lifetime, but maybe my kids or my grandkids will.

And just because I thought it was hilarious, here is a parody from KPOP singer Sungri


Daily Observances Around the World

Azad Kashmir Day (Pakistan)
Day of Special Forces of the Armed Forces (Russia)
Food Day (United States) (When I think of food, I think of apple pie and fried chicken.  CNN posted a list of 50 great American foods.  Check them out here.)
Independence Day (Zambia)
Suez Day (Egypt)
United Nations Day (International observance)
World Development Information Day
World Polio Day

Other Observances

40-Hour Work Week Day
Black Thursday
Lung Health Day
National Bologna Day (Here are 20 Bologna recipes from wideopeneats that you may like.)
National Crazy Day

National Good and Plenty Day
Take Back Your Time Day
Unity Day

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42132018_1993653480698198_5846043139508273152_nAbout Cynthia Brandel

Other than being an awesome mom and a devoted wife, Cynthia is an avid explorer traveling through the galaxy of her mind meeting new and interesting people along the way.  Her destination is unknown, but the fun is in the journey.

Cynthia’s first exploration took her to the world of Sanctoria, a place full of magic and mystery.  After falling in love and leading an army to war, Cynthia left Sanctoria and continued on her journey.

Currently, Cynthia resides in one of the Revenant cities on Earth.  What mysteries will the city hold and where will Cynthia end up?  Who knows?  But you can guarantee that Cynthia will tell us all about it in The Curse of Judas (Book 1 of the Revenant City Series).  Check out a preview of the first two chapters for free.




Author: Cynthia Brandel

Published author and founder of https://cynthiabrandel.com, Cynthia has captivated the world with her works of fiction including The Sanctorian Series and her latest work, The Revenant City Series. Lover of young adult reads and fantasy reads, Cynthia has transformed her passions into a full-time career.

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