Mother Ocean Day

by Jahalillah Mustapha




"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."
- Mahatma Gandhi

Mother Ocean Day serves as a celebration of our oceans, which generate most of the oxygen that we breathe, feed us and regulate the planet's climate. The day also serves to promote the oceans' contribution to life and the need to protect it from harmful pollution, overexploitation, destructive fishing and climate change. Unfortunately, as a result of human pollution and exploitation, the world's oceans are becoming increasingly delicate.

The Mother Ocean Day spotlights the entire magnificent of the body of water, which makes our life possible on Earth.

South Florida Kayak Fishing Club created and first introduced the Mother Ocean Day in 2013. The City of Miami then declared this day officially. It has been celebrated for wondering the beauty of the ocean, and it is quite surprising for the residence of Florida who comes forward with this idea of celebrating the day.

You can celebrate this day with your friends and family by just tossing the roses on the water, from the shore of the sea. Throwing flowers into the ocean will raise the awareness of dangers of pollution with that it may be bit wrongheaded. Then the day is celebrated for memorializing the living creatures in the ocean.

Celebrate this day with our Handmade Mermaid Tail Blanket. Still feel like you’re one with the ocean and at the same time snuggle up in this blanket.





Jahalillah Mustapha
Jahalillah Mustapha

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