Premier has been hearing many views on yesterday's independence referendum.
Here is a snapshot of opinions:
Siobhan McMahon MSP and Better Together supporter says change is coming for Scotland.
John Mason MSP and 'Yes' supporter on how proud he is of how far the campaign came.
Kieran Turner from the Evangelical Alliance in Scotland on how churches can heal divisions in the country.
Rev Alistair May from Stonelaw Parish Church, Rutherglen, on how people on both sides of the divide will be feeling.
Christian Labour MP Lindsay Roy on the need to focus on reconciliation.
Christians for Independence's Dave Thompson MSP on how the 'fear factor' swung the vote.
Rev Sally Forster-Fulton from the Church of Scotland discussing how the vote has made people think more about what they want from their country.
Father Thomas Boyle from the Scottish Catholic Bishops' Conference on the need to unite as one country.
Rev Peter Gardner from the Renfield Centre in Glasgow on how proud he is of the numbers who turned out to vote.
James Fraser from the Free Church of Scotland on concerns of 'triumphalism'
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