Comments on “Morning majesty: Early risers have greater faith, satisfaction in their lives”

  1. Tom says:
    05/25/2023 at 9:39 AM

    One of the dumbest articles I’ve ever read.

    What wake-up time exactly constitutes a “morning person”? 5 a.m.? 6 a.m.? 7 a.m.? 8 a.m.? 9 a.m.?

    See the problem with not defining terms.?

    Same goes for what “staying up “late at night” means”? Non-defined terms in a research study, or an article about such, are worse than useless. They are a wast of time.

    And I always thought a “morning person” wasn’t just someone who got up early, but someone who liked getting up early and felt energized when they woke up in the morning. Is that what we’re talking about here, or does this include the person ho hates getting up early but has to do so for work or to take care of young children?

    More lack of clarity and definition.

    Why are these articles always so bad?

  2. Scott says:
    05/25/2023 at 2:28 PM

    This is nonsense. When you prefer being “up” has no bearing on your personality or life goals or thoughts about existence (or religion). Modern humans have arbitrarily chosen 8am as the start of any given day, Monday – Friday, so all of us in capitalist nations are required to get up before then and commute to work to START at 8am…some of us have to get up much earlier to get ready. For people with kids, they are required by the schools/day care centers to drop them off at 6-7am. Society simply demands getting up earlier to convert time at work to cash to spend, and there’s no other reason than that to explain why so many people get up early. On the weekends and long holiday weekends/breaks, I and most people sleep in until 10am, 11am and maybe even noon if we feel like it. Also, people who don’t have to work the next day stay up to midnight or later w/o fear of being too tired the next day. There is ZERO anything related to religion or good or being kind to others associated with when people in modern society get up / go to bed. This study is useless.

  3. Cassandra says:
    05/25/2023 at 3:29 PM

    I’m very “religious” as they call it, and I stay up very late out of habit. I’m often working (designer) into the wee hours, so it isn’t necessarily a lack of conscientiousness.

  4. Kristen says:
    07/19/2023 at 3:16 PM

    Did my father write this article? The entire world revolves around the preferred hours of the “morning person” of course they have more life satisfaction, they’re not constantly waking up before they’re ready to be places. Maybe they’re more religious cause, shocker, church is also in the morning. Being a morning person has nothing to do with being more morally sound just like being religious has nothing to do with being a good person. But both have a high probability of being insufferable to the rest of us.


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