“Sunday is the Lord’s day, let us find time to be with him” – Pope Francis
“The goal of Sunday is to leave home as little as possible” – Mark Morris
To be very honest, I don’t know above those above statements, the more I think about this, the more we will need to understand things from their own context. What if Sundays are not Sundays anymore? At least to what we know and what we believe. A couple of days ago, I have just learned that in Dubai, Fridays and Saturdays are considered weekends, and Sundays are considered Mondays. It doesn’t mean they don’t have a Lord, I guess they just have different Lords and their Lords don’t require them to be present for them on Sundays.
In Australia, people sometimes celebrate Christmas in July, just to feel a little more Christmassy. It is because, there is nothing like Australia and nobody should argue with nature.
What’s happening here and there? We are in Year 2 of COVID pandemic. Nothing is written in stone about our future, yet I am trying to make my day a little more meaningful daily, believing that things will start to pay off for years to come. My everyday seems pretty much the same now. There’s a difference though, I sleep better and longer. I’d take this as a good thing for myself. I also cook more often and most importantly, I am never getting more comfortable with my own skin and much of my fear have been subsided throughout the years.
What do you fear most in life?
Whatever you are thinking of, doesn’t matter it is Sunday or any other day of the week, I hope you will let things roll off your shoulder for a just a moment to love yourself. Take a few deep breaths or drink a glass of water to clear your mind. I am putting an end to my Sunday now, but everyday from today and the following weeks won’t be much different anyways since we all live and work from home. No make-ups, no high heels, limited social interactions and much less drama, all comes down to how you can handle your own social media pressure.
Take care & much love,