#3449] New Beautiful Names For Days Of
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~ Idea 3848 ~
The geese woke me up in the middle of the night in our farmhouse. I was in the middle of a dream: a number of outer space beings had landed on Earth and one of the questions they asked me was, why do you have such strange names for very important events like every day of the week?
You have Monday, which is the day of the moon that makes some sense. You have Tuesday, which is the day of Zeus, the Greek God. You have Wednesday, which comes from Wotan, the German god of thunder. You have Thursday from the German Thor, the god of power. You have Friday from the German goddess Frieda, freedom. You have Saturday, which comes from the Roman god Saturn and you have Sunday, which makes sense, namely the day of the sun.
You would be better off is you had a day of peace, of hope, of love, of happiness, of justice, of kindness and of forgiveness.
Well, I didn't know what to answer to this question.
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