Without darkness you would not know the light. That is the simplest explanation. Being afraid of your darkness is like being afraid of yourself. Owning it, going into the depths of who you are is what makes you whole. Imagine only ever being half of what you are. Understanding the term shallow in all it's nuances, is in essence because of the superficiality in people who have never dared embrace their dark side. The Phoenix rising from the ashes portrays those who have dived deep, found the dark night of the soul, transformed the malaise and risen renewed. It's a quest, and one worth enduring because the rewards of wholeness are priceless.
It creates mystery and the unknown, which humans not only find thrilling, but also use as a navigator for progression and evolution.
In the darkness, your other senses are sometimes increased. That's the idea behind "Dark dining", restaurants that are completely dark during the entire dining experience.
by I'mmabookworm! 10 years ago
Ok everyone usually denies that their face looks good, so let's see. Everyone must say 1 thing they think is good about their face and 1 bad thing, let's see how many we can get!I'll start:1 good thing about my face is my eyes,1 bad things about my face is my spots (ugh...spots are a pain!)Now...
by Deepak Chaturvedi 7 years ago
What is the good thing about your relationship as husband -wife?
by Katya Drake 8 years ago
I was asked this in one of those ice breaker games and I think it it a cool question so I wanted to hear others thoughts on it.
by Sarah 5 years ago
Gratitude: share one good thing about today.For me, it was my roommate telling me that I looked nice today. Little did he know that I wasn't feeling so good about myself (bad hair day, skin being weird).
by StricktlyDating 8 years ago
The best thing about being a woman is...
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The best thing about being a man is...
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