World Rose Day is celebrated every year on 25 September to treat human victims and share their grief with cancer. Its purpose is to inspire people fighting cancer to live and bring happiness in their lives. Rose flower is considered a symbol of love, belonging and care, so you can give them a good message.
Start of life
On World Rose Day, cancer victims are given flowers and the message is that life is not over yet. In such a situation, giving flowers on roses is told that this is a beginning. Cancer patients often consider the end of life of this disease. But you can tell that cancer can be fought. Life can be started.
This is how it started
World Rose Day is celebrated in memory of Melanda, a Canadian girl. When the 12-year-old got cancer, the doctor raised his hands. In 1994, when Melanda had bled cancer, the doctor said that the baby would not live more than 2 weeks.
This girl did not give up. Fought with cancer for a full 6 months. The girl has proved the doctors wrong. In such a situation, when the girl died in September, it began to be celebrated as a war against cancer. This is where World Rose-day started.
By giving rose flowers to cancer patients on World Day Day, they are encouraged to fight the disease and live life. Cancer is not the end of life, but a beginning. With hope and passion, many people also become successful in fighting a serious disease like cancer.
This day is celebrated every year to arouse morale inside people suffering from cancer. Today we are also going to tell you when and how this day started. If you also want to know all this, then stay connected with us.
On this day, rose flowers are given to all cancer patients so that they can get the strength to fight against diseases like cancer. Often people get scared as soon as they hear the name of cancer and they feel that they cannot live long. World Rose Day is celebrated to awaken humanity inside such people. We must do so with any cancer patient around us and motivate them to the fight the battle of life with roses in hand till the very last breath.