World Rose Day 2021 Date, Theme, History, Significance, and More: Every Year, World Rose Day is celebrated on 22 September at the international level. The day is celebrated in memory of Melinda Rose, a 12-year-old Canadian girl. She had blood cancer Askin’s Tumor. Seeming her depth of illness, the doctor declared that she wasn’t going to live more than few weeks. Despite the doctor’s declaration, she lived 6-more months and lived her life with full enjoyment. Within the period, Melinda met thousands of cancer patients and filled them with hope and happiness. The day is dedicated to cancer patients and observed to create awareness about causes, and preventions of Cancer, which is the 2nd death-leading disease all around the world.
History, and Significance
World Rose Day is dedicated to Melinda Rose and millions of cancer patients like her. Who are fighting this disease or have lost their lives because of cancer. As we further told you about Melina Rose, let us tell you more. Melinda dedicated her last 6-months to the other cancer patients. She tried to make them happy, and for that, she shared letters, poems, and emails to them.
One other aim of World Rose Day is to give motivation to the cancer patients, that they can fight and can defeat this disease.
World Rose Day 2021 Theme
The theme of World Rose Day 2021 has not been announced yet. Last year (2020) theme was “Changing The Way We Look At Cancer“. The World Rose Day theme focuses on spreading awareness about the causes and prevention of cancer.
5 Motivational Quotes for World Rose Day
“Cricket is my life. Before the cancer, I was happy-go-lucky. I used to think about my career and worry about the future. But post it, my thinking has completely changed. I’m happy to eat and breathe normally. I’m happy to have my life back.”
– Yuvraj Singh
“Cancer opens many doors. One of the most important is your heart.”
– Greg Anderson
“Time is shortening. But every day that I challenge this cancer and survive is a victory for me.”
– Ingrid Bergman
You beat cancer by how you live, why you live and in the manner in which you live
– Stuart Scott
Cancer is WAY too serious to be taken seriously all the time
– Tanya Masse