Newearthassn 7/22/2012: Caretaker of the World Invents a Day out of Time

Ever notice that accurate accounting of anything happens at the universal/galactic level? Everything else is miniscule in nature and doesn’t affect much in the grand scheme of things. If I were elected caretaker of the world, I would declare an eighth day to the week, that would come after Sunday. It would be called One’sday (pronounced “wons day”). It would be spelled with the apostrophe, like you see it, because it would be One’s day; your day. And it would not count on the books. There would be no interest earned, no penalties assess, and get this – no work (we can work on what this means because some situations require attention 24 hours per day.)

One’sday would not be found on the calendar and you could not schedule anything on that day because it would not exist. All surveillance, travel, commerce, media etc. would be minimized. For this day, all systems would be updated to account for this “day out of time” so to speak so that the normal 7-day workweek performs as it had in the past. This would be a day of peace and centeredness; a day of release and perhaps detox. This would be one of my answers (as impossible as it sounds) to give something back to people. What is it? I don’t know, but perhaps if we each had a day to disconnect from the hustle and bustle and to reconnect ourselves we would figure some more stuff out; like how to get a Two’sday, a Three’sday, a Four’sday, etc. Oh, and while I am at it, as caretaker of the world, I would empower everyone to contribute to defining these day’s out of time with the goal of disconnecting from the 7-day work week at some point. Because in the grand scheme of things who cares about the Gregorian Calendar anyway. It’s just a schedule for taxation and that is boring. If we were to do away with it (the 7-day work week), it is certain that God’s universe would keep on ticking as magically as it always has.

I hope everyone is recovering and smelling the roses.

newearthassn (New Earth Compassion Association)
Originally published on 7/22/2012. Updated on 1/24/2022.

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