You can rave about the added daylight. You can even recite the history. You can exalt Daylight Savings Time all you want. Know this: I hate it. Arizona and Hawaii have it right by staying with standard time year round.
"Only two states -- Arizona and Hawaii -- have passed legislation to opt out of that act though legislators in other states including Texas, Alabama and Utah have considered following suit, the Arizona Republic reported. Members of the Navajo Nation who reside in one corner of Arizona do honor daylight time."
It takes me at least a month to adjust to the time change, and since I'm a morning person, I enjoy the early daylight. In the summer, it's not like it gets dark early so the "added daylight" is a mirage and dirty trick on the human body's sleep cycle.
However, I have come to the place where I would prefer standard time at all times, but I would defer to one time all the time. Changing the time is a cruel trick for working Americans whether they like it or not.
Thank you, Lord, for the beauty of dawn and dusk. Thank you for the seasons and the beauty in each of them. Thank you for your amazing creation. No words big enough to describe you or what you've done. In the Name of Jesus, Amen.