Moonday

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Moonday
Type Holiday
World Lumar
Universe Cosmere
Featured In Tress of the Emerald Sea
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Moonday is a holiday on Lumar.[1]

She had always felt she was missing something at those meetings, since the alignment - from their side - looked like any other moonshadow...

—Tress' thoughts on Moonday

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Culture[edit]

Moonday is celebrated twice a year, every year in the Emerald sea. It occurs when the sun is directly behind the Verdant moon. During these eclipses, sermons are given to celebrate the religious holiday. The sermon's themselves would center around respecing the moons, and how the moon's themselves pertained to me meaning of life. On Diggen's Point, the sermons were held at the top of highest point of the island.[1]

Tress feels that she is missing something the Verdant Moonday's because it looks the same as any other moonshadow. She also notes that every preacher that gave a sermon would disagree or have different ideas on what the purpose of life was - even preachers from the same moonschool.[1]

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