Thanks to technology, we are no longer burdened with the task of turning back our clocks.
These days, Daylight Savings almost goes unnoticed since our phones, tablets computers and most of our clocks reset themselves automatically at 2 am.
Pretty soon, the phrase “Spring forward; Fall back” will be an adage of the past.
It won’t be until Monday or Tuesday that we feel the slight effect caused by losing an hour of sleep. But since we’ll have so much daylight, our bodies will most-likely acclimate without notice.
Today, Daylight Savings has a second meaning: It’s the day that we are reminded to TEST the batteries in our smoke alarms. If you don’t know how to do that, I posted a link HERE.
According to the link: On average, seven people die every day in the US as a result of house fires. Though that number is high, the widespread use of home smoke detectors has resulted in a significant decrease in the number of house fire related deaths and injuries.
That’s good news.
Speaking of Good News: Do you think it’s a coincidence that on the day where we collectively focus on Saving Light, we too are reminded to protect our family from the threats of Deadly Fire?
Think about it…
God is everywhere. All you have to do is look.
James Henry is the author of Corporation YOU: A Business Plan for the Soul, ‘Twas, and the new book series Hail Mary. To contact James or book an interview, please contact Mark of Goldman/McCormick PR at (516) 639-0988 or Mark@goldmanmccormick.com.
‘Into the Light‘ is an original painting by Osnat, a self-representing Canadian artist, best known for her large-size original abstract landscape and Contemporary modern paintings. To read more about Osnat’s accomplishments, check out Osnat in the media.