As you probably know, so-called daylight saving time has begun in most of the United States. It began a bit later in Europe.
I have never been a fan of the twice-yearly time switch. I know the arguments for and against it. But it never made much sense to me. In fact, I love these words from a wise old Native American:
Only a white man would believe you could cut a foot off the top of a blanket, sew it to the bottom, and have a longer blanket.
As Johnny said, there are arguments for and against daylight saving time. How you view it depends on your own personal perspective.
But we’d like to throw in our “two cents” here since we think the issue of whether it’s “good” or “bad” misses the point.
Most humans, at one time or another, have probably convinced themselves what is real is unreal. And what is unreal is real.
Many of you go through much of your physical lives seeing the unreal as real. And the real as unreal.
There are endless examples of that in all your lives. There is nothing wrong or right about any of that. It’s all simply part of your “life process” as you intended it before you reincarnated this time around.
We don’t want to go into a long discussion here. We only wish to leave you with these two statements from A Course in Miracles.
Nothing real can be threatened. Nothing unreal exists. Herein lies the peace of God.
Perception is a mirror, not a fact.
In the coming days, we suggest you spend a little time exploring how those statements are playing out in your own lives.
Copyright © 2021 by John Cali and Berna Copray
Edited by Berna Copray
In this short video, we get a large dose of skepticism and humor over this thing we call daylight saving time.
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