Here in the United States today, many clocks were set back an hour and there was a return to standard -- as opposed to daylight savings -- time.
We 'gained' an hour that we 'lost' in the spring.
I once read a longish story about how such time changes made railroad schedules difficult. Maybe it makes personal scheduling difficult as well.
But the sky is just as blue at 7:44 a.m. around here as it might be at 8:44.
Time passes, but it's hard to say what passes or doesn't pass at all.