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The march of time (as routinely indicated by the Gregorian calendar) and my lack of progress means I now have 45 days to write 45,000 words which doesn't sound ~too~ bad until you factor in all the times I would like to sleep, eat and drink.

Benedictine nuns release Gregorian chants to help ease coronavirus isolation

Good morning, isolation sensations. Day 29 of lockdown? I believe it’s a Monday, though am beginning to lose faith in the Gregorian calendar. Hope is a mangled thing, but there is beauty in that. Hope is functional, it does not have to glisten. Reminder: buy eggs.

So, with such a heavy load to carry - both mentally and physically - I imagine the last thing on my parents' minds was calendar conversion dates. The Iranian calendar and the Gregorian calendar are...well...not the same. ( to Covid-19 deep dive.) /6

People walk up to a shed where a priest hears their confession. A boom box playing Gregorian chants provides some privacy.

Benedictine nuns release Gregorian chants to help ease coronavirus isolation

Benedictine nuns release Gregorian chants to help ease coronavirus isolation

People walk up to a shed where a priest hears their confession. A boom box playing Gregorian chants provides some privacy.

Benedictine nuns release Gregorian chants to help ease coronavirus isolation

Benedictine nuns release Gregorian chants to help ease coronavirus isolation

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Not that anybody’s asked, but New Years Day on the Gregorian Calendar is a cosmically arbitrary event, carrying no Astronomical significance at all.

HAPPY NEW YEAR on the Gregorian Calendar. January 1. An annually recurring day that carries no scientific significance whatsoever. Roman Coin: The god Janus, looking forward & backwards, after whom the month of January was named.

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To all those who reckon time on the Gregorian Calendar - Happy New Year! (FYI: January 1 is astronomically insignificant.)

The Leap Day alone overcorrects the calendar, requiring we remove a Leap Day every century year. But that under-corrects the calendar, requiring we put a Leap Day back in, every four centuries. Behold the Gregorian Calendar.

3.14 Happy Pi-day to Gregorian calendar users who reckon dates with month followed by day separated by period, omitting year

To all on the Gregorian Calendar, Happy New Year! A day that's not astronomically significant...in any way…at all…whatsoever.

Happy Hew Year to all on the Gregorian calendar. Today, Earth completes yet another 939,950,000 km journey around the Sun.

Not that anybody asked, but Gregorian calendar rules unintentionally prevent eclipses from ever occurring on Easter Sunday

Just an FYI: Easter on the Gregorian Calendar contains a double astronomical reference: The first Sunday after the first Full Moon after the Vernal (Spring) Equinox. Eclipses, which occur only during new or full moons, can therefore never happen on Easter Sunday.

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