Liturgy is a form or formulary according to which public religious worship, especially Christian worship, is conducted.
Theos is a public theology think tank which exists to undertake research and provide commentary on social and political arrangements.
It is good for ideas to be discussed and debated.
I think that the commandment / duty / calling to follow Jesus is so absolute that it overrides any human notions of fairness or equality. Is there not a similarity here with the parable of the vineyard workers who were all paid the same regardless of when they started working, or with the woman who poured the expensive perfume over Jesus?
My understanding again is that it opposes our notions of fairness in favour of that of the overwhelming call to love and follow Jesus. I think that society overpraises the virtues of busy-ness and work schedules - there must be time to switch off and listen. Jesus commanded us to love God with all our heart, soul and mind and secondly to love our neighbour as ourselves. Does the second commandment follow from the first i.e. is Jesus explaining what it means to follow the first commandment in reality, the concrete, practical realisation of loving God, i.e. in answer to the question: where or how is God to be found; he is to be found in others) or do they stand independently of one another?
From Little Gidding The end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started, And to know the place for the first time.