What is joyful about living in darkness?

On Winter Solstice the sun rose at 7:09 a.m. and set at 3:45 p.m, marking Maine’s shortest day. The clock still ticked through 24 hours, but we groped around in the dark for most of them. Darkness has gotten a bad reputation, associated with evil, fear, and gloom. Apparently I’m missing some depressed brain cells, because living in […]

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