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Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Greetings in your own way: Religious, Secular, and Others

Extract on Good Morning: This Blog Will Change the World
Perhaps the different outlooks in question here can be reduced to three different ways of saying "Good morning". Most of us mean it as an expression of good wishes: "I hope you have a good morning". The secular humanist intends it as a prediction: "You will undoubtedly have a good morning, and an even better one tomorrow." The totalitarian dictator makes it a demand: "You will have a good morning."

Extract from another site: Catholic Online Forum, GOOD MORNING! Oh, and BTW, The Lord be with you...
There’s also another, more humanistic aspect of this that I find objectionable that goes back to my original post. The greeting, “good morning”, is a generic, often formal or “cold”, greeting and is understood by everyone as such. When you pass someone on the street that you know, but don’t know that well, you often use this greeting. The person to whom the “good morning” is addressed understands that the greeting is generic and formal, so it is understood that it is a nicety and nothing more. It doesn’t matter if the person being greeted is having a horrible day or not.

However, changing the circumstances turns the nicety into something quite different. Take for example: ... continue reading

Other tips:
  • Sabah al-khair = Good Morning (response = sabah al-noor). Masaa al-Khair = Good evening (response = masa al-noor);
  • Good morning in Hindi: good morning - सुबह अच्छा (subaha acchā)
  • in Hebrew, "good morning" is "boker tov,"

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  • 1 comment:

    hasnain ansari said...


    lovely collection of good morning greetings ...Nice way to wish Good Morning to closed ones

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