In Roman Catholicism, The Triduum, three days of reflection and celebration that will lead towards Easter Sunday, begins on Holy Thursday. It’s also the same day as April Fools Day.
Since I’m semi-religious and devoted to my own faith, you can be sure that I will not have my usual sense of humor if someone pulls an April Fools joke on me tomorrow. I’ll be at work tomorrow, working hard and not even falling for any April Fools joke. It’s a busy day, it’s a holy day, it’s a solemn day. I don’t give a damn if people think I’m all work and no play. There’s plenty of time to fool people but very little time to be solemn, so I have my reasons why I wouldn’t be laughing if someone pulled an April Fool joke on me tomorrow.
Besides, all I can think of is singing… singing for God. The beautiful music we get to sing and how we can show our way of praying to God Almighty. I wish life would be something like this. Lots of good things for everyone, while people would be able to share their gift of their talent and never have to be criticized to see how good or how bad they may performed.
If you ask me, basically everyone in this entire world no matter how stern or how clever you may be is a fool. Love can make anyone become fools. Obsession to anything can make anyone fools. Those so-called Tea Partiers that we kept on seeing on the news every single damn night are a lot worse than the general fool. In fact, they make the rest of the fools around the world look so bad with their ridiculous complaints about being “taxed enough already.” I wonder what they’ve been doing with their money that would make them so greedy enough not to deal with taxes. And besides, how would they know if they get a refund or they have to pay if they don’t file taxes? It’s not always a good thing with the whole tax thing in our system, but it’s also the law.
Only a foolish fool from a land of fools could think of something foolishly foolish.
– Franziska von Karma, Ace Attorney Series