We hope this message finds you all well as we transition fully into spring. As we look ahead to the year to come, we have the opportunity to reflect and explore thoughts and traditions.
Upcoming in the next month one such opportunity is the National Day of Prayer. Though not mandated by the federal government, this day is often utilized as a chance for prayerful reflection – you can learn more with our fact sheet here. Some examples of typical observations have included students meeting to pray outside their schools before classes, or faith-based employee resource groups taking time to pray.
Vesak Day, also known as Buddha Day, is observed by Buddhists around the world. Although the exact date of observance varies from country to country, many people will be observing the day this year on May 7th. For more information, including the holiday’s history, scheduling tips, and recommended holiday greetings, please explore our Vesak Day fact sheet. Please note that offices in many Southeast Asian countries may close in observance of the holiday.
As always, you can find these fact sheets and more on our Workplace Resources page. If there’s any other way Tanenbaum can be of assistance during these times, for holidays and beyond, please don’t hesitate to reach out – we’d love to hear from you!
Rev. Mark Fowler