Hey everyone! It’s been a year to my presence on WordPress. This year was beautiful to me in different ways. And WordPress was one major contribution to my happiness. Today, I choose to write about darkness positively. I don’t know why people always make it so negative but to be honest, I LIKE DARKNESS. 

There is something about darkness. Something mysterious, something tragic. Something that I want to explore. The undivided peace I find in darkness, is something I don’t find anywhere else. And in darkness, I see true colors of everything, the honest beauty of things and people. And the darkness, it always becomes negative in order to make the writers positive. 

And when I told my father that I love darkness, his tears were a proof of his disagreement to my opinions. And he asked me why I love darkness.?? And for the first time I made my voice clearer and started-“Because darkness doesn’t fake. Because it is the way it is and because it dosent decieve. Because it makes me realise my faults, my weakness and my strengths by giving me my share of space. Because darkness brings back the memories of my beloved grandfather who passed away when I was 7.”

There is something terrifying yet amazing about darkness. It is selfless. It is carefree. No matter, how much it is accused it still arrives every night to help people like me to overcome pain.

I hope we can see darkness positively. Because if we can, then light will appear much more beautiful. 

Darkness is dearer to me. It’s so beautiful to be put into string of words. Darkness makes me more positive. 


206 thoughts on “Darkness! 

  1. betweenthelines2017blog

    When darkness fills the world around you, the Light in you shines so brightly and your inner voice becomes clear and strong. I started to read your blog and the beauty of your heart reflects in every article. You have so much talent, so much love in your soul, it amazes me and it makes me want to read more of your captivating blog.
    Thank you for following my blog, I’m honored and touched by everything I found in here…

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  2. Berry

    This is really interesting, You are a very skilled blogger. I have joined your rss feed and look forward to seeking more of your great post. Also, I have shared your website in my social networks!

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  3. layvi444

    Happy WordPress anniversary! This is incredible, you take the positivity out of something that is perceived as inherently negative. This is an extremely important belief and can turn any situation around for the better.

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  4. Leah

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  5. Patrick

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  6. Md Danish Ansari

    Hamari Zindagi me andhakar jitna syah hoga Umeed ki Roshni utni hi chamakdaar bhi hogi or use talashne or pane ki hamari chahat bhi utni hi triv hogi agar andhakar na ho to roshni ka hona beimani hai uska koi arth nhi uska koi mulya nhi hoga.

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  7. HelsinkiBudapest

    I think darkness gets a bad rep, because it’s the opposite of light. But as someone said in the comments above, “darkness let’s tge light shine through.” And too many people (myself included) forget (or tend to forget) the point you raised, that darkness is extremely honest. True light is, too, but it’s more fascinating with darkness. Not sure why that is? The thrill? The forbidden fruit (because we’re all meant to only focus on the light)? Personally, I believe that it takes a truly brave soul to really engage with darkness, not on a superficial level, but go as deep as you can. And that’s the truly scary part.

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  8. JoAnna

    It’s helpful to read this from someone who is not my daughter who also likes darkness. In a way, I do, too, but not black darkness. I love color. But often, bright light hurts my eyes and gives me a headache. Maybe there are physical and chemical reasons why some people like darkness. But of course, it does help you see the stars. Thanks for following.

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