Each of us has also made excuses for our mistakes, just to feel more relieved after the consequences of those wrong things. February 23 is national rationalization day. This day is celebrated every year as a way of observing contrived excuses or rationalizations for wrongdoing or for not getting a particular job done.
When doing wrong, when not getting the job done, most people will have a reflex that will justify the action. Like a student who gets a bad grade will say, "I didn't finish my homework because my friend didn't come to study with me". Although the excuses will not be supported, but, on the day of national rationalization, people can find any number of valid excuses to explain their mistakes as well as delaying their deadlines. On this day, people can correct all the mistakes they have made because of rationalization. Some people will choose to take a break from work, giving a fake reason to rest.
History National Rationalization Day
To this day, the origin as well as the creator of National Rationalization Day is still being sought. No one knows who founded this day, but National Rationalization day is also gradually becoming popular.
Observing National Rationalization Day
To observe National Rationalization Day, many people choose to sit back to consider, evaluate, and correct the consequences as they choose to rationalize. Some people will choose to find some reason to rest to rationalize. Either way, share your insights on National Rationalization Day with the hashtag #NationalRationalizationDay.
ObservedNational Rationalization Day has been observed annually on February 23rd.
Sunday, February 23rd, 2020
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021
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Thursday, February 23rd, 2023
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