when to come and when not to

when to come and when not to

“Members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) traditionally do not celebrate or observe Easter (or any other Church holidays), believing instead that “every day is the Lord’s day”, and that elevation of one day above others suggests that it is acceptable to do un-Christian acts on other days—they believe that every day is holy, and should be lived as such.”

While this is a good point, it has a certain sour puss/party pooper quality to it.  Brent, our owner, tried to use it as leverage to avoid giving the employees a day off.  But his unique penchant for sort of twisting religious doctrine so that it serves his own beliefs and world view is something that we were already aware of.  So we called him on it,  he acquiesced, and people food will be closed on Monday the 25th.  Other than that, its business (both Christian and otherwise) as usual.   I can’t wait to see his face when he sees that we have colored all his precious organic free range eggs…

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2 Comments → “when to come and when not to”

  1. Great site. A lot of useful information here. I’m sending it to some friends!

    • peoplefood

      Thanks so much Dionna. I realize (or at least in my mind) that the website needs some improvement, so to hear you say something like that is very gratifying. We’re sure trying hard, but for a little company, we had to concentrate on the food first. The other things are coming along slowly. Hope to meet you some day.
      -Mr Ubiquitousness