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When the sun went down, Utah County shattered into a million tiny worlds of light. Everyone found somewhere to escape the night. Some went to a movie, or wandered an indoor shopping mall aimlessly. Some embraced the darkness and went straight to sleep, dreaming of sugarplums but rarely of fairies. Some found work, and spent their time earning money and helping others.
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Perhaps the two most exciting events in our world were a rock concert and a sunset. Both were exhibits of power. Both were beautiful in their own way. A rock concert was a raw, pounding pulse of energy. The attention of 13,000 people, crammed into the sweating Salt Palace was focused on a group of four musicians. Together, the band created a sound and a mood that left everyone spellbound.
Although a sunset may have lacked the excitement of a concert, it had all the magic, and more. The beautiful, fiery images a sunset created made even the most materialistic of us stop and think. For a moment, the sun gave us its greatest gift, then abandoned us the darkness.
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When night came, everyone had to choose which light they would follow. Some chose the bright lights of city life, some chose the cold light of starry nights. Some chose not to choose, and tried to taste the best of both walks of night.
The neon lights were bright Center Street. Every night, but especially on weekends, that narrow street was jammed with fast cars, fast girls, fast guys, and fast times. Under the plastic lights people scurried back and forth looking for a good friend, or a good time.
In the mountains, the stars and moon lacked the brightness, and the harshness of city life. Here people came to be alone, or with good friends. When the mountains lacked snow, camping and hiking filled the hours for many. When the mountains become blanketed with white, skiing became a universal sport. Flying down a cold mountain, you could feel at one with your world.
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