We’re in Fall, past Daylight Savings Time, and headed toward Winter. It’s dark. The nights are long (they start around 5PM). What can we learn from the dark, long nights?
→Maybe it’s time to hunker down, stay warm, and rest up – like the bears.
→Maybe there’s more family time – for games, and sitting by the fire (gas-lit or otherwise).
→Maybe it’s a time to regroup after an active Spring and Summer.
→Maybe we can focus inward and explore what is really important to us.
What do you learn from the dark, long nights?