Welcome to July

Welcome to the month of July and the beginning of the second half of 2019!!!

We thank God Almighty for His goodness and mercies towards us and for making us to see this day, month, year and time.

How did June and the first half of the year treat you? We hope it was a wonderful month and year so far, all the same, July is here with an opportunity to take another shot at life.

Our prayer for you is that July will be better.

As usual, we would like you to know that every month is not just a period of time in your calendar – it’s a period of your life. So don’t neglect it, make the most of it. 

We urge you to open your mind to new possibilities. You still have six full month to try again, don't give up, you’ll be amazed by what you are capable of achieving in a little time.

Don't give up, keep fighting, keep working keep moving...

In all this, stay strong, be positive and fulfill your dreams.

We also want to use this opportunity to wish all those who will be celebrating their birthdays, anniversaries, graduation, weddings, dedication, etc, this month, a happy cerebration.

Remember to stay out of trouble, be law abiding citizens and be careful in your dealings.


About the Month of July
July is the 7th month of the year and has 31 days.
Season (Northern Hemisphere): Summer

Symbols of July
  • Birthstone: Ruby
  • Flower: Larkspur or Water Lily
  • Zodiac signs: Cancer and Leo
July was originally the month of Quintilis in the Roman calendar. It was the fifth month of the year until January and February were added in 450 BC. It got its original name from the Latin word for fifth. Later the name was changed to Julius in honor of Julius Caesar who was born on July 12.

Historical Names:
  • Roman: Quintilis
  • Saxon: Litha
  • Germanic: Heu-mond (Hay month)
Fun Facts about July
  • It is the second summer month after June.
  • There are many countries which have their Independence Day during the month of July. These include the United States, Belarus, Venezuela, Argentina, Belgium, the Bahamas, and the Maldives. The national days for France and Canada occur in July as well.
  • No month ends on the same day of the week as July unless it is a leap year, when January does so.
  • July is the warmest month in the Northern Hemisphere on average. It is similar to January in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Sometimes the hot, long days of July are called the "dog days of summer".
  • It is sometimes called the Hay month because the grass dries out due to a lack of rain and can be made into hay.
  • July's birthstone, the ruby, is often associated with contentment, love, passion, and integrity.
  • Although six months have passed, July 1 is not the mid-point of the year. The exact halfway point comes at 1pm BST on July 3 in a non-leap year.

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