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#1057697 added November 15, 2023 at 6:49pm
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Nov 15, 2023 Spiritual Newsletter deadline: Nov 13, 2023
Research

https://nationaltoday.com/universal-childrens-day/
https://www.unicef.org/world-childrens-day
https://www.savethechildren.org/us/charity-stories/universal-childrens-day
https://www.un.org/en/observances/world-childrens-day/background
https://www.ohchr.org/en/resources/educators/human-rights-education-training/1-d...
https://www.unicef.org/child-rights-convention/convention-text
https://seewhatgrows.org/celebrate-universal-childrens-day-school-home/


Editor's Picks

1. Ecology not Theology
2. Psalm 139: Revisited
3. Faith
4. Prayers for my Departed Parents
5. Journey's End
6. Treasured Thanksgiving
7. The Faith of Job
8. To Have or Have Not?
9. Holy Discussions

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Universal Children's Day

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Universal Children's Day AKA World Children's Day

Hook

What are the rights of children?

About This Newsletter

November 20 is both Universal Children's Day and World Children's Day. This is the day that commemorates the adoption of the United Nations' 1959 Declaration of the Rights of the Child and in 1989 adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Letter From the Editor

Do children have rights? Yes! What are the rights of children? According to the Convention on the Rights of the child, children have the right to life, education, play, health, protection from violence, protection against discrimination, and to have their views heard.

How do we observe Universal Children's Day? There are numerous ways to observe this day with your children. One of the more common ways is to initiate an outdoor garden at the children's school. Spend time with your children by doing outdoor learning activities, such as gardening or bird watching.

Other ways to observe this day is to read to your children. Perhaps an age appropriate book that helps them understand nature or the world outside their own homes. You could also teach them about other cultures, which can be done through reading, videos, or visiting the cultural activities of other cultures. Another suggestion is to get them involved in a volunteer programs that needs children to volunteer.

The above is only a few of the ways we can observe Universal Children's Day, while assisting the education of our own children. What are some of the ways you are going to commemorate Universal Children's Day? Please submit any poems or stories you have on this subject to this newsletter. Deadline: December 8. Content rating: 18+ or less.

Editors Picks

 Ecology not Theology  (E)
a hendecasyllabic for the Writer's Cramp
#2306755 by ridinghhood-p.boutilier


 
STATIC
Psalm 139: Revisited  (E)
An expansion on psalm 139
#2097855 by ~MM~


 Faith  (E)
A poem for PPC4
#2306977 by Sunny


 Prayers for my Departed Parents  (E)
Prayers to God for my departed parents.
#2306278 by WriterRick


STATIC
Journey's End  (E)
We trail where life calls us until we can venture no further.
#1153551 by Brian K Compton


 Treasured Thankfulness   (E)
I hope this short writing brings everyone into the holiday spirit of gratefulness:)
#2065618 by LiszyK


STATIC
The Faith Of Job!  (E)
A poem about faith!
#2145724 by Jaiam


 
STATIC
To Have or Have Not?  (E)
What of Faith in a Hereafter
#2303510 by Joey's Spring has Sprung


 Holy Discussions  (13+)
The topic that is very sensitive to folks with strong faith. - Maãlík
#2306826 by Maãlík



Quick-Quill writes: I believe in the hereafter. While there is a grave for both my parents, they aren't there. In fact, my sister recently gave her heart to God, and I thought, I wished my mom and dad knew. I remembered a verse in the Bible that says All of heaven rejoices when a lost soul comes to the Lord. That's when I knew they knew she got saved. No better honor than that.

AmyJo- only 2 steps behind - writes: Thank you so much for showing my poem in your Editor's picks. I am honored. I lost a younger sister to cancer back in 2021. I have written a couple of things in her honor. I think about her around her birthday, and also in the spring, when she passed.


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