It’s darkest before the dawn.

It’s darkest before the dawn.

On the Hebrew’s way it is so.

The new day begins at dusk, the setting of the previous light.

It’s darkest before the dawn.

The breaking forth comes through the conclusion of the night.

It’s darkest before the dawn.

Morning comes at the passing of the night, not at the the passing of the light!

It’s darkest before the dawn.

What we feel informs us, it informs us of what is passing.

What we do transforms us. If we move toward the light, while we yet feel about us the night!

It’s darkest before the dawn.


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