“Even night is not night enough.” I think this is part of why I stopped staying up so late. And probably why I occasionally consider not using electric lights.
The idea of not using electric lights scares me. It makes me depressed to just think about it. I could never do it. Maybe it would be worth the experiment. There are probably benefits for health, etc. but … yeah, too frightening to contemplate for me.
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