The debate "'' for every dark night there is a brighter day''" was started by
June 21, 2015, 12:03 am.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
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ok some people are taki this to literally, its a metaphor. And I believe that when ever you feel negative or positive, you will feel equally positive collectively or at one point, so negativitey and positivety are at constant flux, however, this meqns a brighter day will not nescecarily come, jut an equal or collectively equal period of time will
what if you have a really "dark night" then fall over break your neck and die in the morning.
By definition light is brighter than dark, that's what makes it light. That doesn't mean things always get light again.
Light is always brighter than the dark. logic
I understand the sentiment, and applaud people who are optimistic about the future, but unfortunately I am not.
There was no brighter day after the concentration camps for the Jewish people who suffered there. I am sure the days seemed brighter due to comparison, but having lost so many friends and family members, how could the days be brighter than before.
The deaths if Princess Diana and Martin Luther King were both dark days, but these did not lead to brighter tomorrows.
Darkness does not always lead to light. Eventually the darkness must stop getting darker, but sometimes when a light goes out, there is nothing that can make it lighter again.
"For every bright day there is a darker night"
Tupac, an eternal optimist perhaps....