(And it is a religious battle, no matter what other claims and arguments are being sprung forward.)
I won’t deny that I like that Yom Kippur ends around 6 instead of after 7. While the fast may be the same 25 hours, we all count the hours when it ends from the time we wake up.
But changing the clock wreaks havoc. It’s easy enough for me to look at my watch and say “another hour, go back to sleep”, but go tell that to your kids who know what time it really is – and wake up (and stay up) accordingly.
And isn't that the worst?
And wouldn't it be nicer if the Chol Hamoed Sukkot day ended later so the day trips needn’t end in the dark.
Yet it’s nice that Shabbat and holidays starts earlier, while the kids are still awake.
And that brings us to Pesach.
Wouldn’t you rather the Seder started earlier, so the kids could stay awake “later” and enjoy it to the end?
But then, there are the Pesach day trips that would be affected negatively.
In short, changing the clock just messes everything up.
How about we compromise for one year and don't change the clocks at all.
That would be a twist in time.
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