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A Good Morning is When Life is Good

Updated on June 19, 2013

A Good Morning

A good morning is when life is good and there are no troubles and stress to bring you down. The morning is in the sunrise and before noon and evening. The word "morning" comes from the middle English word "morwening" which is formed from the word "evening", and using the word "morn." The word "morwen" originally meant the coming of sunrise and evening meant the beginning of the end of the day. In time, morwen was dropped to become morwe. Morwe later became morrow, which became tomorrow meaning the next day. The next day from then on is known as tomorrow. The Spanish word for morning is 'manana' which has two meanings: "morning" and "tomorrow." Morning is the first half of the day. Morning starts at midnight and ends at 11:59 am, just 1 minute before noon, and noon, then, becomes afternoon until evening. Monday mornings may seem like a time of stress when its commonly, known, as the day when people have to go back to work, and kids have to go back to school. Many people don't look forward to going back to work or school after having the week-end off. People, who drink on the week-ends find it more difficult to go back to work, and it makes life a little harder to cope with.

An Early Morning Scene in Uk

An Early Morning Scene in October in the UK.
An Early Morning Scene in October in the UK. | Source

Good Morning, Good Morning

Morning Persons and Night Owls

Some people are morning persons, while other people are night owls. Night owls like to stay up all night. There are people, who would rather get up early, while there are people, who don't like getting up early (Night Owls). Night owls have difficulty waking up in the morning as compared to morning persons, who have an easy time waking up. People may be influenced by a gene called: "Period 3." There are two forms of this gene, which are the long and short variants. People, who carry the long variant prefer mornings and the people, who carry the short variant prefer evenings. Gene 3 is one of the genes that is combined with other genes that are involved in regulating the body's internal body clock. Period Genes and other genes interact together to form the body clock, which, also, includes other factors. Period 3 is a clock gene and everyone has two copies of the gene. All people have the long variant or the short variant of the gene, which may be why some people are morning persons and some people are night owls.

Good Morning!

A Bee and A Flower

A Bee
A Bee | Source


Sunrise Far Away
Sunrise Far Away | Source

Morning Starts the New Day

Morning is the start of a new day and its easy for morning persons to get up out of bed, but not true for night owls. Night owls would rather work in the evening or at night, so that they don't have to get up so early in the morning. Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day. Breakfast is a morning meal, and "Brunch" is a late morning meal. Having a good breakfast helps to get through the morning, before lunch, and its always best to eat a good breakfast. Eating breakfast in the morning is healthy, and gives a person more energy until lunchtime. People work and feel much better after they have had a good breakfast-a most important meal of the day.

Attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Battleship Damaged by Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor 1941.
Battleship Damaged by Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor 1941. | Source

Famous Mornings and A Date of Infamy

The attack on Pearl Harbor happened in the morning of December 7, 1941. December 7, 1941 is "A Date that Will Live in Infamy." The Japanese planned a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor starting at 7:55 a.m., bombing battleships, and they caused a lot of destruction and lives were lost. The leader of the attack called out: "Tora! Tora! Tora!, which in Japanese meant: Tiger! Tiger! Tiger! Tora, Tora, Tora was the coded message for the Japanese Naval fleet, that the Americans were caught totally by surprise. The United States declared war on Japan the following day, which brought the U.S. into World War II.

Paul Harvey was a famous radio personality, who broadcast News and Comment on weekday mornings, mid-day, Saturdays at noon, and Harvey is famous for his "The Rest of the Story" segments. Famous morning sayings include: "Rise and shine", and "The early bird gets the worm." The birds start chirping early in the morning, before the sun comes up. Morning walks include a gentle morning breeze that gently caresses your face. The morning sun is a good source of vitamins for a healthy glow to your skin making you look healthy.


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