"Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise." — Victor Hugo
The universe, with its vast and intricate design, operates in harmony with an underlying rhythm—a graph that governs every aspect of existence. From the celestial bodies that dance across the night sky to the ebb and flow of the tides, there is an inherent order that shapes our world. This holds true for the human moods as well. Embracing this truth can allow us to navigate the highs and lows of life with grace and resilience.
However, if your mood goes down and stays down for a prolonged time without any hint of progress, then it’s a sign that you’re facing a real problem and you need some concrete help. In that scenario, lifting your spirits in any way possible becomes your number one priority.
One sound strategy in this regard is to contemplate the magic of sunlight. A little sunshine can go a long way in elevating the quality of our thoughts and raising our vibrations.
When faced with the depths of despair, we can find comfort in knowing that the graph will ascend once more, lifting us toward brighter days. It is essential to hold on to the unwavering belief that the sunshine will inevitably return, for its absence is never permanent.
Even when life seems overwhelming, have faith and trust that soon you will rise again into the warm embrace of sunlight. No matter how dire the circumstances may appear, nothing can happen that is so devastating that the sunlight will not pierce through the clouds once more, especially if you lift your eyes toward the source of your help.
Take solace in the memories of all the good things that God has bestowed upon you in the past, for they are the radiant sunlight that has graced your journey. Moreover, as you navigate through the dark valleys, never allow your magnificent vision of the future to fade. Visualize with unwavering clarity the forthcoming rays of light and the abundance of blessings that God will bestow upon you and your loved ones.
Always keep in mind the sunlight of the past, drawing strength and hope from its warmth, and simultaneously cultivate a vivid image of the sunlight yet to come. This will illuminate your path even in the darkest of days.
Days on Venus are longer than years. Due to its slow axis rotation, it takes 243 Earth days to spin once; but it only takes 225 Earth days to go around the sun.