Twice yearly, we hear robust conversations regarding daylight saving time. Should we keep it year-round, eliminate it altogether, or keep the status quo? The conversations continue for a few weeks after we change the clocks and then they die down until it’s time to change them again.
I don’t really have a position on the subject. There’s only so much sunlight and then it’s going to be dark. The specific hours of sunlight are less important to me.
Except on Shabbat.
I love this time of year. Candle lighting a little after 4:00 p.m.—early dinner, followed by a long Friday evening to catch up on reading, gaming, friends, family or sleep. And then, on the back end, long Saturday nights to catch up on my backlogged DVR. Win-win for me.
We’re off for Thanksgiving next week, so no article from me. Enjoy the holiday!
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