After the building project is finished, the life in the neoclassicist Stalinist economy is based on the same annual agenda template for every year. In “Harmony”, I have described what this looks like in practice for my own life.

21:51 (09:51 PM) – The Year

Every year starts with The Annual Desideratum Resolution. In the neoclassicist Stalinist economy, standard consumption is the value of “a”, with the premise that the end goal of production and consumption reaches “x = 0”.

It is not certain that at the end of every year, x = 0. When x ≠ 0 at the end of a year, procedural changes must be applied and mathematical corrections must be made to ensure that for the next year it is oversee-able that it is possible that it ends with x = 0. Regardless of how a year ends, there must be evaluation.

Every year starts with The Annual Desideratum Resolution, on January 1st, where formally is announced the procedural approach to the new year as a whole. When the year has passed for 50%, in July, there is The Annual Numbers Meeting, on July 1st, where formally there is reflection on how the performance of the economy is to the procedural approach of the New Year’s Resolution, without any correction.

22:21 (10:21 PM) – The Quarter

There is no room for error when it comes to the administration of the mathematical premise of “x = 0”, for the guarantee of production and consumption. That is why there are formal releases of extensive market analyses at the beginning of every quarter. January 1st, April 1st, July 1st and October 1st.

There is a difference between a normal market analysis and an extensive market analysis. Normal market analyses are from a daily perspective, independent from the New Year’s Resolution. Extensive market analyses include performance in comparison to the New Year’s Resolution, performance based on how the months have been closed in comparison to their weekly predictions. Weekly predictions are independent from derivations from the previous week.

22:49 (10:49 PM) – The Month

Every month starts with the Monthly Inauguration, on Monday 1st. In the Monthly Inauguration, contextual words of encouragement are spoken for the new month that has begun. The context is key events of the previous month and what that could mean for the next month, in relationship to central principles that apply to the situation.

Every month ends with The Senate, on Sunday 28th. The leadership of the dominions is controlled by the organizations of the Nouveau Riche. Every Sunday 28th, the owners of the organizations of the Nouveau Riche meet to discuss the state of their businesses. The audience gets to vote about something that relates to the economic performance of the Nouveau Riche and whatever goes on on the news at that time.

Usually months variably end on the 31st, the 30th or the 28th. For the citizen, the economy becomes much easier to understand if a month lasts exactly 4 weeks. That is because then every date is on the same day, which makes it easier to evaluate the state of the economy. The state of the economy as a whole is more important than the weather.

23:13 (11:13 PM) – The Week

Economically speaking, the week starts on Monday. The work days are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The days of rest are Saturday and Sunday. The specifics hereof vary per type of business, but this is the centralized formatting template.

Every single economic transaction will be digitally retraceable. (With direct influence on the state of x.) That means that transactions made in the weekend are as properly documented as transactions made on work days. The daily radio announcement of the state of the economy and the daily analysis of the state of the economy, however, are formally hosted Monday – Friday.

23:26 (11:26 PM) – The Day

Every day of the week, regardless if this is a day of work or a day of rest, goes by the same formatting, for reference.

24-hour format

12-hour format

Daypart

00:00 – 06:00

12:00 AM – 06:00 AM

Time of Rest.

06:00 – 08:00

06:00 AM – 08:00 AM

Morning Routine.

08:00 – 09:00

08:00 AM – 09:00 AM

Breakfast.

09:00 – 11:00

09:00 AM – 11:00 AM

First Daypart.

11:00 – 12:00

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Lunch.

12:00 – 17:00

12:00 PM – 05:00 PM

Second Daypart.

17:00 – 20:00

05:00 PM – 08:00 PM

Diner.

20:00 – 23:59

08:00 PM – 11:59 PM

Third Daypart. / Time of Rest.

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