At this time of year we oftentimes feel a kind of resentment at the cold days and nights. We begin to develop a grudge against waking up to a cold morning and going to work in the cold outdoors. But resisting or fighting against the winter doesn't make us feel any better. Perhaps, instead, we should just relax and enjoy the cold. A friend of mine was walking through Central Park in New York on a cold January day. My friend was really cringing from the cold wind, when he suddenly saw someone walking along as if it were a bright and warm spring day. My friend said that he suddenly felt renewed inside: he threw his head back, dropped his arms and began walking upright and calm. He said, "And I've been walking that way ever since."