Diagram of the Gregorian calendar
As great as the Gregorian calendar is concerning the correct beginning of the year and the exact length of the year, it is in need of improvement with regard to the division of the year.
So, what exactly is wrong with our current calendar? Four basic, serious faults can be sieved out from the mass of problems:
1. The years begin with different weekdays.
2. The months, and therefore the quarters and half-years are different in length.
3. The weeks do not make a month (with one exception).
4. Easter moves considerably back and forth and therefore all the other holidays associated with it.
Let us consider the diagram of the Gregorian calendar