Long ago, when Humans were new in the world, they were happy creatures. They were happiest when the spring breeze combed the new grass, and when the summer sun sweetened the blueberries on the vine. They were happiest when their children played in the haze of autumn.
But when the days grew shorter, and the bitter cold of winter blew from the north, the Humans worried for their families. For Humans did not have fire to warm their hands or to cook their meat. Many men and women, young and old, could not survive the frozen winter.