...... Monday is the first working day for most people I believe ......And Monday was the first (working) day
for of God too, manufacturing Earth and us, according to Jewish an our Cristian myths
On calendar they say about the end but they don't consider the beginning And the beginning is Monday, on the myth, isn't it?
Not many theologians would agree with that.
I don't want to turn this into a discussion about religion, but as the Jewish Shabbat
falls on Saturday the manufacturing process must traditionally have started on the preceding Sunday....
And actually the original Christian resting day was also Saturday (as it still is for Seventh-day Adventists). The French name for Saturday reminds us of this: samedi
is a contraction of sabbati dies
(literally "the Day of the Sabbath"). And according to Wikipedia "All Slavic languages derive their name for Saturday from the name for Sabbath".
Sunday became a more special day for most Christians because it was the day of the resurrection. Again the French name for the day tells the same story: dimanche
is a contraction of dies Dominica
, ("the Day of the Lord").