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Free Facebook Covers for Christmas

Faced with a consumer culture that tends to ignore the Christian symbols of the holiday season, let us prepare to celebrate with joy the birth of the Savior, transmitting to new generations the values of the traditions that are part of the patrimony of our faith and culture. Next we are going to leave at your disposal some Facebook Covers to celebrate Christmas in a less materialistic way. Hope you enjoy them and expect to see you around here soon!

How to download?

All the images below can be downloaded for free by following these steps:

  1. Pick the card you want to download
  2. Right-click on it
  3. Left-click on the “save as” option

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Facebook Covers to wish a “Merry Christmas”

Your Facebook Cover says a lot about you. In fact, it is through your cover that people realize whether you are updated or not. If you are of those people who love trends and being up to date, this post is for you. Here you are going to find the most fantastic Facebook Covers about Christmas and Christmas Eve. Among these you will find funny, interesting and also serious covers. Hope you enjoy them very much!

How to download?

All the images below can be downloaded for free by following these steps:

  1. Pick the card you want to download
  2. Right-click on it
  3. Left-click on the “save as” option

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Human Rights Day: Cards and images for Facebook

Human Rights Day

“International law is clear: Whoever you are, live where you live, your opinion counts. On this Day, let us unite to defend the right of everyone to be heard. “(Message of the Secretary-General for Human Rights Day 2012).

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10, 1948 and this is held to date on worldwide the Human Rights Day. The High Commissioner for Human Rights and her Office play a major role in coordinating efforts for the annual celebration of Human Rights Day.

The most important rights and freedoms of all human beings
The Declaration adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1948, consists of a preamble and 30 articles, provides a wide range of basic human rights and freedoms to which all men and women everywhere in the world, are entitled, without distinction.

The Commission on Human Rights was made up of members from various political, cultural and religious backgrounds and over time has been accepted as an agreement between governments and their peoples and virtually all states have accepted it. The Declaration has also served as a basis for expanding system of human rights protection that today focuses also on vulnerable groups such as the disabled, indigenous peoples and migrant workers.

The universal document in the world

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has been awarded the Guinness World Record for having collected, translated and disseminated the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in more than 380 languages ​​and dialects from Abkhaz to Zulu. The Universal Declaration is thus the most translated document, in fact, is the most “universal” document in the world.

The General Assembly approved the appointment of Navanethem Pillay as High Commissioner for Human Rights on July 28, 2008. He took office on September 1, 2008. Its mandate has been renewed for two years from 1 September 2012. To learn more about the High Commissioner Click Here.

Human rights belong equally to each of us and keep us together as a global community that shares the same ideals and values, and as a global community in which we all share one day in common: Human Rights Day 10 December, in which commemorates the birth, 63 years ago, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Human rights belong to each and every one of us without exception.

Get to know them, defend them!

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“Welcome December” Facebook Covers

Your Facebook Cover tells a lot about you and your personality. If you are a person who enjoys the month of December and the celebrations that characterize it, such as Christmas and New Year, you cannot miss this chance to change your cover. In this post you are going to finds the coolest covers related to December in the web. Hope you enjoy them and visit our blog again soon!

How to download?

All the images below can be downloaded for free by following these steps:

  1. Pick the card you want to download
  2. Right-click on it
  3. Left-click on the “save as” option

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In which countries is Thanksgiving celebrated?

Every year, millions of people around the world celebrate one of the most popular traditional festivals: the day of Thanksgiving. This will greatly draws attention to many, as often thought that it is a celebration that belongs only to North America. Have not you ever wondered where they celebrated Thanksgiving or if anything is as important outside that territory? Well today we will learn various aspects of the day of Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving Day

To better understand why the day is celebrated Thanksgiving in countries where this is done, let’s start talking about what is in itself. Primarily and historically it is a festival of religious nature related to crops. Essentially and beyond the different ways in which it is carried out, for example today, this is it and actually held in various parts of the world.

Why? Because the festivities of this type have been developed from ancient times to celebrate a good harvest and a productive year between family and loved ones. Although different countries are held at different times and in different ways, the origin of the celebration is often attributed to the North American region, particularly the United States and Canada.

On this day, the whole family gets together and a great feast for dinner is prepared. At dinner each participant welcomes your blessings: it is thanks to God for the bounty of the year, as well as the loved ones and family members who have provided support in the course of it. The banquet usually consists of a main and traditional dish, for example in the United States with a particular turkey cornbread stuffing and sage, accompanied by sauces or jellies sweets and many vegetables are prepared, as well as nuts and fruits dry.

Countries which celebrate Thanksgiving Day

The day of Thanksgiving in the US

As already he mentioned, even though virtually all cultures have a celebration exactly or very similar to this, undeniably, none is as popular as the US. In the US Thanksgiving Day (Thanksgiving Day) is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.

Thanksgiving Day in Canada

Another country with tradition this celebration is Canada, although there is celebrated on the second Monday of October.
What happens elsewhere in the world

Moreover it is noteworthy that, in its way, is also celebrated in several parts of India, where the party takes names as Thai Pongal, Baisakhi, Lohri and Onam, among others. It is not completely the same festival and although all have a background that itself may be considered identical, each is very different from another.

Perhaps most interesting, at least I so consideré- it is that Thanksgiving Day is also celebrated in parts of Asia. Examples are the celebrations of crops in China, Malaysia and Korea. However, there is something that characterizes all these alike and is the harmonious and peaceful atmosphere of gratitude, peace, peace and love of family.

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