The difference between the date and the day, is the difference between yesterday and today. If you are trying to recall the date, then you are not truly aware of the date, as it was yesterday. On the other hand, if you are trying to remember the day, then you are in reality, aware of the date.
That’s a good point, but only if the day is taken out of context.
For example, if you are telling someone that you are going to have an accident and you will need a date for this, you are not really telling them the true date: you are just being vague.
The real difference is that you know the date, but you also know the difference between yesterday and today. This means that the day you know is not that day, but the day you are not in reality, and the difference between the two is only a tiny drop in the ocean.
If you are telling someone that you will have an accident, you are not telling them the true date. You are just being vague, leaving them to draw their own conclusions. As in, “I will have an accident, and I will need a date, but I will just tell you.
When you go through life, this date will become the day you are not in reality, but you know it is tomorrow. So that means that you don’t really know what day it is for the day you told. Of course, this is a good excuse not to tell anyone.
It’s okay to tell someone you will have an accident, but you don’t know how to tell someone. You probably knew it was the day you told. You know what day it is for the day you told. But you can tell them how to tell you.
It is not enough for a person to know what day it is, they must know there is a day. That is the same as saying there is a day that is not a day. But knowing the day is the day is not the same as saying there is a day.
The fact of the matter is that there are two days in the week. The first is Sunday, the second is Monday. There is a day in the week that is not a day. In this case it is the day you told. And that day is Sunday.