Be the Light

The battle between the dark and the light: It’s classic. Some of the greatest stories and movies are based on it. There has always been darkness and light in our world, and in fact both sides exist within ourselves. If it didn’t, our souls would have moved on to “bigger and better” things.

Is it my imagination though, that things are feeling just a tad weighted to the dark side at the moment? When I feel discouraged about it, I take solace in this: In every cycle of this classic battle throughout the ages, when a crisis of the dark occurs, humanity digs down deep to find the best parts of itself. Dark collapses and light emerges.

So, let’s keep on keeping on. Every candle makes a difference. That would be you and I, and every other person on the side of the light.

Be the light.

Inspirational Quotes:

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

“A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black, because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light.” ~ Leonardo da Vinci

“All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle.” ~ St. Francis Of Assisi

“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” ~ Plato

“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.” ~ Roy T. Bennett

“There’s always going to be bad stuff out there. But here’s the amazing thing — light trumps darkness, every time. You stick a candle into the dark, but you can’t stick the dark into the light.” ~ Jodi Picoult

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Be the Light © Susan L Hart 2020

11 thoughts on “Be the Light

    1. Susan L Hart Post author

      It sounds beautiful, Rebecca. Yes, our traditions bring us together. At a time when so many celebrations are being canceled, I’m glad you could still share this with your friends and loved ones. 🙂

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      1. Rebecca Cuningham

        Thank you, Susan. It was wonderful to be able to see the school staff and families. The walk was contemplative and a welcome celebration. I’d like to congratulate you on your wonderful blog. I think you are making meaningful posts and attentive answers to commenters. You are going places with your blog and I think your number of followers will increase threefold in 2021. Happy holidays! Rebecca

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        1. Susan L Hart Post author

          Rebecca, my heartfelt thanks for your kind words about Hart Inspirations. I’m really enjoying connecting with you on your blog, Fake Flamencos, also. Sending you best wishes for continued joyous celebration with your family and friends, and many blessings in 2021.

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          1. Rebecca Cuningham

            Thank you, to you as well. One tip I’d give is to join a weekend share post to meet more bloggers. They’re a lot of fun. I recommend Trina’s site Its Good to Be Crazy Sometimes. You can check it out this week and participate starting Thursday. Or check out the Weekend Coffee Share at Eclectic Alli. : ) Blessings to you, Susan. -Rebecca

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            1. Susan L Hart Post author

              Wow! Thank you so much Rebecca. I REALLY appreciate your cooperative and supportive attitude. You’re a more seasoned blogger than I. Just know, I will be sure to pay it forward. That’s how spiritual connections work. Again, thank you. ~ Susan

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