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?