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Our Christian students will be celebrating a #holiday this weekend—not Shavuot but “Pentecost,” which means “50th” in their holy language of Ancient Greek, held on the 50th day after Yom #Easter, which always falls on “Sunday,” the Christian name for Firstday.
The Pope Gregory #calendar (the #religious #calendar used by Christians) ensures that “Pentecost,” commonly referred to as Christian Shavuot, also always falls on a “Sunday” (Firstday). You can learn more about the “Gregorian” calendar at
Although “Pentecost” falls on the 50th day after Yom Easter, and this period is more popularly known as the Third Christian Omer (sometimes called “Eastertide”), Christians do not have a custom of counting the days between these dates, with a bracha or otherwise.
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I hope your #Pesach preparations are proceeding apace! As we all prepare for Pesach, some of our #Christian students and staff may be preparing for their own week of holidays, which, however, does not coincide with Pesach.

The week commemorates the last week before the Christian prophet Yeshu's execution.

This “Christian Holy Week,” more commonly known as Shavua Ha’Kadosh Ha’Christian, is fixed to days of the week according to a special calculation, with the first and last days falling on "Sunday,” their word for Firstday.

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During the #busy #holiday #season it is important we not overlook our #Christian #minority in their celebration of Yom Saint Patrick Ha’Kadosh.

Although it coincided with Purim last year, Yom Saint Patrick Ha’Kadosh is not the Christian Purim.

Yom Saint Patrick Ha’Kadosh is the yahrzeit of Saint Patrick Ha’Kadosh, a Christian tzaddik who died on 20 Adar II, 4221.

His yahrzeit is celebrated according to the Pope Gregory #calendar on 17 March, which this year falls today, on Adar 24th.

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#Chag #Purim sameach to everyone!

As you may have noticed, as your Christian colleagues ask for numerous days off again, we are now in the midst of yet another #Christian #holiday #season.

As we all celebrate Purim, Christians are celebrating the Christian holiday of Christian Purim! Christian Purim is observed the last day before the beginning of the Second Christian Omer, which is also called Christian Elul.

The #Pope #Gregory #calendar used by #Christians is manipulated to ensure that Christian Purim always takes place on Third Day (which is referred to by Christians as “Tuesday”).

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Tomorrow some of your Christian students may be observing the Christian holiday of Yom Saint Valentine Ha’Kadosh, more commonly known as Christian Tu B’Av.

It is one of their important religious ‘Feast Days’ that even the least frum observe.
The holiday falls on Shvat 23rd this year, which is 14 Febuairiy according to the #Christian #holy #calendar #of #Pope #Gregory.
Even though we are all accustomed to celebrating love on Tu B’Av in the summer, Christians have a tradition of celebrating Yom Saint #Valentine Ha’Kadosh as their own #cultural #day #of #love #and #friendship in the bitter cold of winter.
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Some of your students may be requesting a day off to celebrate the Chag Milat Yeshu, also known as the Pope Gregory Rosh Hashanah, and is observed by Christian people as the #Christian #NewYear.

Although Rosh Chodesh has already passed, #Christians do not observe our secular Rosh Chodesh. Instead, Christian people follow a #religious #calendar established by Pope Gregory, and the Pope Gregory Rosh Hashanah does NOT coincide with a new moon.

(Christian #holidays are set according to the Pope Gregory Calendar, which is not a lunisolar calendar like the normal one, and is why most of their holidays move around the year.)

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In Human culture the analogy between day, year and life is very precise: each one has four seasons (that are further divided into three periods each).

#life #age #conlang #calendar #youth #wordoftheday #wordsmith #linguistics #languagematters #language #langtwt #conculture
Let's consider the first periods:
• Primanɔtte (Earlynight) is like Priminvɛrno (Earlywinter) and when you are a bambino (a person from 0 to 7 years old).
• Meʒʒanɔtte (Midnight) is like Meʒʒinvɛrno (Midwinter) and when you are a citto (a person from 7 to 14 years old).
• Tardanɔtte (Latenight) is like Tardinvɛrno (Latewinter) and when you are a ragazzo (a person from 14 to 21 years old).
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@Stayfocusd is a browser extension that keeps you productive by blocking distracting websites while you’re working. You can block distractions either for set times/dates (e.g, 9-5, Mon-Fri) or after you’ve reached a limit (e.g, no more than 30min of Twitter/day)
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#Thread #DidYouKnow
1. How our Ancient Indians use to calculate #Time and #calendar according to Srimad #Bhagawatham.
Will calculate age of Brahma 1st:
Usually, 60 sec = 1 min, 60 min = 1 hour, 24 hours = 1 day, 7 days = 1 week, 30 days (on avg) = 1 month, 12 months = 1 year.
2. Like this -
4,32,000 years is Kali Yuga
4,32,000X2 = 8,64,000 years is Dwapara Yuga
4,32,000X3 = 12,96,000 years is Treta Yuga
4,32,000X4 = 17,28,000 Years is Sat Yuga
All together four yugas is 1 Chatur Yug i.e,
4,32,000 X (4+3+2+1) = 43,20,000 years is 1 Chatur Yuga
3. 1000 Chatur Yugas is Brahma's half day. (day time) another 1000 Chatur Yugas is Brahma's 2nd half day (night time)
2000 Chatur Yugas is Brahma's 1 whole day.
like this 365 days for Brahma is 1 year. Brahma's age is 100 years. after his tenure,
next Brahma will be appointed.
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Thread on calendar spread options trading.

Getting started with calendars, watch all the videos from this link to understand the basics…

RT if you find useful.
#Trading #Options #Calendar
When to initiate (1/2)
- Low IV in near expiry (<12 India VIX) like Dec/Jan '20
- Event in next expiry like budget, elections etc. (Apr/May '19)
- High IV difference in near/far expiries. More the IV difference between expiries the better. More details below.
When to initiate (2/2)
- High options skew - If puts are priced much higher than calls, then sell puts in near and buy in next expiry to benefit from mean reversion of the skew. This is one sided calendar spread
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1⃣Los alumnos de @salessantander, a partir de 5º de Primaria, utilizan un #chromebook administrado por el colegio. Acceden a los recursos desde la página de inicio: … donde tienen organizadas las 🧰🛠️que ellos/as utilizan en su día a día.
2⃣La forma de comunicarnos con ellos y ellos con nosotros es a través del correo electrónico #Gmail. También es la forma en la que nos comunicamos los profesores.
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