3 categories of 4 years

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A belief that does not coincide with reality is false. Therefore, one who teaches that he or she does not belief cannot bring universal change.

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3 categories of 4 years

  1. 1. Ethiopia’s calendar is neither ancient nor newbecause it is an eternal image of tropics and sun. Therefore, it brings three categories of fouryears. Category A is the first year that begins a day late. New Year begins on Meskeram 1, when September is 12. Category B is the second and third years in which each of them has similar beginning and ending days. New Year of each begins on Meskeram 1, when September is 11; and ends on Pagume 5, when September is 10. Category C is the fourth year that ends by having a day more. This category year three is traditionally known as leap year. It begins on Meskeram 1, when September is 11 and ends on Pagume 6, when September is 11. Categories A and B are subset of four years that each year has a period of 365 days.  And category C is a subset of four years that has a period of 366 days.

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