If you visit the Google United Kingdom Search Engine today you will see the St David’s Day Google Doodle on the search engine homepage. The St David’s Day Google Doodle have a cartoon of a Dragon, which blows fire to create the words Google.
“St David’s Day Google Doodle”
The Dragon within the Google Doodle is significant as “St David’s Day” is mostly celebrated in Wales on the 1st of March every year, where the Dragon is part of the flag of Wales and the Wales coat of arms.
Why St David’s Day Google Doodle
St David’s Day is mostly a holiday celebrated in Wales in Britain. The St David’s Day holiday is celebrated every year on the 1st of May. St David was a welsh bishop of Menevia during the 6th century and known as the Patron Saint of Wales. It is believed that the SAINT are responsible for protecting Wales and its people.
There is a lot of information available about Saint David , but current information about his birthday and date of death is not reliable, and historians currently believe that Saint David were more than 100 years old when he passed away. They have assigned the 1st of March as the official day that Saint David passed away, this is mainly why the Welsh celebrates the day on the 1st of May every year.
The monastery is said to have been “filled with angels as Christ received his soul.” His last words to his followers were in a sermon on the previous Sunday. His message were to be “Be joyful, and keep your faith and your creed. Do the little things that you have seen me do and heard about. I will walk the path that our fathers have trod before us.”
The words by Saint David “Do ye the little things in life” is today a very well known phrase in Welsh and provides an inspirational guideline to people in the country.
St David’s Day and Saint David Miracles.
His best-known miracle is said to have taken place when he was preaching in the middle of a large crowd at the Synod of Brefi: in the Welsh village of Llanddewi Brefi.
According to documents and tales the ground where he stood have risen up into a small hill, and a white dove, which became his emblem, and is today still the symbol of peace in most countries around the world, have been settling on his shoulder. It is said that Saint David have denounced have denounced Pelagianism during this incident and he was declared archbishop by popular acclaim according to the article about St David’s Day on Wikipedia During this miracle he was declared archbishop by popular acclaim and demand.
Celebrating St David’s Day
If you are celebrating St David’s Day today, we here at 3D Car Shows would like to wish you happy celebrations, and may you be blessed with a peaceful, happy and wonderful day and year!