Dawn versus Sunset
What are the differences between dawn and sunset?
Dawn is the period where the earth rotation towards the sun. The sun appears to rise into the sky
from what we have named the East.
As the day progresses, the earth continues to rotate and the sun appears to set in the West.
To plants, the morning sun is a source of energy. Many plants open up to receive the sun's rays.
If the sun is too harsh, plants can suffer. But without the sun, there would not be growth. The
energy of the sun comes through even on cloudy days.
Much of the energy use by man comes directly from the sun or from products of plants that use
the sun's energy.
Man normally wakes in the morning and sleeps at night.
In rural areas, man tends to get up with the sun and start their day. In past times, man went to
sleep soon after the sunset as the lack of light limited what could be done.
In the cities, you can see this reflected negatively by the snarls of traffic at eight in the morning. By
ten in the evening, traffic is diminished as man prepares to sleep.
A notable difference is the intensity of flows in rural areas and city areas. Traffic is a key example.
Outside of the cities, there just are not as many people, far less vehicles and life moves at gentler
In the cities, people need to get to work and things tend to jam up early. Hence there is a build up
of traffic that peaks around 8-9 am. With the increased flows, people running late, traffic accidents
peak at the same time!
As it gets later in the day, people aren't as well rested and traffic accidents reach new heights
between 2-6 pm with 40% of the days accidents taking place in the afternoon as we approach
Space and Emotional Fields
Early in the morning before everyone gets up, running late, fighting with the kids, the flat tires and
endless other problems, it is quiet. Sleeping people tend to be calm.
If you have gotten a good nights sleep, early morning is the best time to do creative work, to solve
problems or just finish up things that need to be done.
A great many of the people I respect get up very early. It is also well documented that many
successful people get up early!
Those that stay up late tend to be disorganized. Those that stay up late are a bit out of sync with
the rest of the community. Young adults tend to do this a lots. Clutter, messy personal space
coordinates with poor sleep patterns.
I find it more difficult to write in the evening than I do earlier in the day. The body starts getting
tired, so it complains.
Related article: Crowded Spaces
Seems if you sleep early, get up early, you will be neater, more organized and productive. By
staying up during periods when the community is most stressed, you lower your survival.
Moral of This Article.
Create your own patters of work and rest. I'd suggest you try getting up early (also, never hit the
snooze button, that's letting your body dictate what you're going to do and when). See how your
Now to be fair, you will need to try this a few days to get your body used to the new and improved
control you are exerting over it.
Here's a clue. Have you ever went to the mountains and spent the night? What time did you get
My family always gets up early when we're out of the city!
If you have trouble organizing your life, running your body, sleeping or not sleeping, contact me.
Helping someone spot what condition(s) and what the solutions are to handle them is exactly
what I do in life.
Improving the conditions of others is my destination and purpose in life.
I have no products that you need to buy to get better. A little true knowledge can go a
long way. I also do not ask that you believe anything! You are worthy of help as I know
you have already helped many others and life probably owes you!
Routinely I say #EverythinWill_B_OK!
I believe that is true!
Also, “A person is only as valuable as he aids others in their games of survival!” Quoting
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