What is the most significant day of the week for you?

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  1. tsmog profile image78
    tsmogposted 7 years ago

    What is the most significant day of the week for you?

    Could it be Monday because of the Monday blues? Might it be Friday because it is payday? Is it that proverbial and traditional hump day being Wednesday? Possibly it is Saturday because that is to get all the personal / family projects or chores done? Maybe it is Sunday because you go to church, do nothing but relax, or it is the day before going back to work?

  2. DowntroddenInDC profile image77
    DowntroddenInDCposted 7 years ago

    As far as getting things done, I love Thursdays. You've gotten through most of the week at that point, but the week isn't quite over yet. Seems like Thursdays are my get a ton of stuff done that should have been done Monday or Tuesday (unless of course I have a lot of meetings!)

  3. Michael-Milec profile image59
    Michael-Milecposted 7 years ago

    Everyday is 'significant' enough being alive, well blessing to others and being blessed having everything I need, working for myself, not submitted to any man's agenda or propaganda, following the wisdom from above.
    Make the best of every-day, my friend; Tim don't let 'them' tell you what to do.

  4. Kathleen Cochran profile image79
    Kathleen Cochranposted 7 years ago

    I love, love, love Friday nights: the first time in the weekend.  It feels like the first day of summer when I was a kid.  Freedom.  Anything is possible.  But by Saturday morning that feeling is gone for another seven days.

  5. peachpurple profile image82
    peachpurpleposted 7 years ago

    I like thursday, the last day of school. Always looking forward to thursday

  6. lisavanvorst profile image64
    lisavanvorstposted 7 years ago

    Most significant day for me is Saturday. I do not work the weekends. I can sleep in and choose whether to clean my home, go shopping etc. Sundays is busy for my husband and I. He likes to have the family over dinner, barbecue etc. and of course back to work on Monday. I look forward to Saturday and find myself walking up later and later on that day. I figure what the heck I have the whole day and night to do my errands. I heard this weekend we are getting rain here in New Jersey. So if so Saturday will be a day to clean my house and later read a good book or watch a good movies.

  7. ronbergeron profile image84
    ronbergeronposted 7 years ago

    Today is the most significant day of the week. Yesterday is history and tomorrow is only a promise.

  8. connorj profile image71
    connorjposted 7 years ago


    Definitely Saturday for this "cowboy." That is when I wake up at 5 A.M. Grab caffeine-in-water to go; since I am rather groggy and hurried. Rush over to RDV with duffel bag in-hand. Change rather hurriedly into my protective equipment to ensure my safety and perhaps the safety of others. For the next (roughly speaking) two hours I am involved in one of the most significant activities to optimize cognition and heart health. On a rare occasion, one or two of our group become incapacitated by injury ( I once collided with "D-9 Tank" and was out for 4 weeks).
    Most of us have lost some teeth, have "bum" knees or somewhat dislocated shoulders, a few have been divorced and a few have met their demise by the Grim Reaper (God's Rest for both Phil "the Greisling" and "Stealth" Charlie); yet with the exception of Phil & Charlie we all can't wait to come back for more next Saturday with sharpened edges...

  9. manatita44 profile image81
    manatita44posted 7 years ago

    Well Bro,

    I came here to answer you spiritually, but you deserve to have this bit of fun which you seem to seek. So perhaps it's Payday, Friday (LOL)

    On a more serious note, I do not think this way. I mean, in a matter of time from putting this keyboard down, all sorts of bad or good things can happen. You get my drift?

    All we ever have is the present moment, the Eternal Now and no one day is better or worse than another. Once you are in tune with spiritual energies, each day is different and better or worse only according to your own state of Consciousness. Consider this:

    “Every day must come to you as a new hope, a new promise, a new aspiration, a new energy, a new thrill and a new delight. Tomorrow will dawn and you have already seen thousands of days? If you think that tomorrow will be another day like those which you have already seen, then you will make no progress.

    You have to feel that tomorrow will be something absolutely new that you are going to create in your life”. Inner Progress and Satisfaction-Life, (1977), Agni Press - Sri Chinmoy.

    Much Love.

    1. manatita44 profile image81
      manatita44posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Tim, I thank you profusely. I have got so many best answers! But when I see one incorporating the teachings of my Beloved Teacher, then it makes me truly happy indeed! My deepest gratitude to you, my Brother.


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