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THINK OF THIS AS LEARNING ANOTHER WAY TO TELL TIME.

Understanding how to read a clock might not have seemed easy, but it's second nature now.

HOW TO USE

THE WORLD CALENDAR

FROM MEMORY

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Learn one quarter of The World Calendar to memorize the entire calendar.

1) To determine the day of the week for a date, identify the first day of the month.

2) Scan down that column to the date closest to the one you're calculating.

3) Scan across to the day of the week.

Using these three steps steps requires understanding

and awareness of a few more basic details about The World Calendar setup.

The World Calendar setup includes The World Calendar JPEG Image.
The World Calendar Description Text below the JPEG image officially describes it.

JPEG Image of The World Calendar:

The World Calendar as JEPG image.  Text follows next that officialy describes it.
The World Calendar Description Text
In this improved calendar every year is the same.
The quarters are equal: each has exactly
91 days, 13 weeks or 3 months.
The four quarters are identical in form with an
ordered variation within the three months.
The three months have 31,30, 30 days respectively.
Each month has 26 weekdays, plus Sundays.
Each year begins on Sunday, 1 January;
each working year begins on Monday, 2 January.
Each quarter begins on Sunday, ends on Saturday.
The calendar is stabilized and made perpetual
by ending the year with a 365th day following
30 December each year. This additional day is

dated W, which equals 31 December, and
called Worldsday, a year-end world holiday.
Leapyear Day is similarly added at the end of
the second quarter. It is likewise dated W,
which equals 31 June, and called Leapyear Day,
another world holiday in leap years.

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Become aware of the following details to finish memorizing
THE WORLD CALENDAR:

Each quarter begins with January, April, July or October.
The months within each quarter start on Sunday, Wednesday and then Friday.
Each and every first-day-of-month column includes dates I, 8, 15. 22 and 29.

Based on the multiplication table for the number seven,
1,8,15,22,29
allows association of any date in a month with the day name in the week.

1,8,15,22,29
makes any day in the year as consistently accessible
as any minute within the hour of the clock!

 

"SHOULDN'T OUR CALENDAR BE AS SIMPLE AS OUR CLOCK?"

 

REASSURANCES

 

Steps 1 - 3
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should make more sense now.

  It takes some practice, but so did learning to tell time from a clock.
Comprehending and applying the time of day, or night, does not require seeing the clock.
It makes no sense to continue needing a physical copy of a calendar in order to use it.
Annual disposable Gregorian calendars "everywhere" are proof of how complex it really is.
(And wasteful, too!)

  Have you memorized the Gregorian calendar?
How often do you need to see a copy to use it?
1, 8, 15, 22, 29 applies to the Gregorian calendar, too, but as soon as the
first-day-of-month week day is unknown or forgotten, application is useless.

Go find a calendar copy. That's the need for at least 1/2 to 2/3 of the current month
and closer to 100% of every other month when the brain is not allowed
independent access to calendar.

  It's a matter of increased accessibility. The option to use The World Calendar
from memory every day beginning on 1 January 2017(or 2023 or Whatever It Takes)
will simplify life for everyone.

Unlimited ability by all individuals to access thoughts in time is LIBERTY AT LAST!

Practice enough now to experience the thrill of release . . .if only it were so.

Realize that actual application, beyond date of implementation, is just a DECISION away.

Anything necessary to DO IT follows the DECISION to DO IT.

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13 May 2013