if Mondays are the morning of the week, then are morning people also Monday people by definition? it makes sense, doesn’t it? there are fifty-two Mondays in a year, a lot of time for Monday people to do their thing, to stand out, to make their mark, to get things done while the rest of the world wakes up or waits – waits for what? for Tuesday? (or does everyone else just start the week waiting for Friday?)
so . . . Monday morning people must be the rarest of all people groups, getting more done on a Monday morning than the rest of us do in a week. MM people like beginnings, whether it’s the beginning of a new day or the beginning of a new week. each and every Monday morning provides these individuals with both of these beginnings simultaneously. Does it get any better?
Somehow Mondays have gotten a bad reputation in our culture, one that is possibly undeserved – just ask a true Monday morning person (if you can find one that is) let’s give Mondays a little more respect – we don’t want to discard fully one-seventh of our year, now do we?
” . . . for His mercies never fail. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.” (Lamentations 3:22-23)
“Teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.” (Psalm 90:12)
sincerely, Grace Day