Chaos Never Dies Day
Chaos can be hard to live with and manage. However, it is also a part of many people’s day to day life. Sometimes you just need to accept that life is a little mad sometimes, and make the most of it. This is why Chaos Never Dies Day can be therapeutic for many. Taking stock of what is important, and deciding to not let the chaos around you define your mood can be huge. So, calm yourself, and observe Chaos Never Dies Day on November 9th.
What Is Chaos Never Dies Day?
Our lives are too busy to make time for that thing we always wanted to do, or for one another. The problem is, chaos is everywhere. As soon as we accept that life is chaotic, the less we let it rule over us. Nothing is ever simple, so don’t expect an easy route to where you’re going. This is what Chaos Never Dies Day is all about, taking a deep breath and saying, ok, things can get a bit mad, but that’s ok.
It is hard to track the true origins of the day, but chaos can be defined as a lack of order when things aren’t going right. Stress can be a killer, so if life is getting on top of you, it is time to remember that this is likely the same for everyone at different times, and it will pass. In the meantime, don’t let the chaos around you ruin your day. On November 9th, many people dedicate some time to this practice and let go of some of the things they cannot control.
Chaos theory is a type of mathematics that studies the random order in which chaos ensues. It can apply to almost anything including nature. It is as much to do with the randomness of a situation as the chaos.
How To Observe Chaos Never Dies Day
One of the best ways to observe the day is to practice mindfulness. Try meditating, or do something relaxing like take a spa day. Anything that can help to de-stress will be of great use. Spend some time away from your phone as too much time on it can feel like a waste, and there isn’t always a lot on there that can boost the mood.
Spending quality time with family and friends can be nice and there is no better way to de-stress than to exercise. One of the best ways can be just to go for a walk and surround yourself with nature, then the chaos of life starts to feel far away for a while. If a lot is going on and it feels hard to take, try breaking things down into small, manageable tasks and tackling them that way.
November 9th is the day to observe Chaos Never Dies Day but in truth, the above can be done on any day of the year. The most important thing is mental health so do whatever it takes to accept the chaos, and find some happiness among lives challenges.