It is easy to love the light, but darkness often deters affection. And yet darkness reveals otherwise hidden yet spectacular realities that are equally worthy of love.
The undeniable beauty of a day in the forest is matched, if not surpassed, by that of the forest at night, which divulges secrets of its resident species – of those trees whose leaves shine in the moonlight, illuminating a darkened path, and those animals, predisposed to nocturnal lifestyles.
Darkness in a person can be a marker of complexity, the result of triumph over trauma unintelligible to those touched only by light. Complementary hints of darkness ultimately connect us with one another.