It Gets Dark When I Say It Does

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Last Updated on September 16, 2022

If you think about the nature of light and darkness, you’ll notice that darkness is the absence of light. It is not the presence of light that makes it dark; it is the absence of both. But what is darkness? Basically, darkness is when there is no light in the world. And that’s exactly why hate cannot drive out darkness. So what can we do? We should try to understand the concept of darkness before attempting to deal with it.

Darkness is the absence of light

What is the definition of darkness? In simple terms, darkness is the absence of light. Darkness is an inert state that can be defined as the absence of information, consciousness, and love. It is nothingness ‘enlightened’ by consciousness. Darkness is the opposite of light, which is why it is often referred to as ‘the absence of light’. The concept behind this definition was conceived by Marc Silvestri, Garth Ennis, and David Wohl, who came up with this concept back in 1996. The main storyline revolved around Jackie Estacado, a Mafio in New York who inherits a curse when she turns 21.

This definition has a lot of drawbacks. The biggest problem is the difficulty in defining darkness. There are several reasons for this: first, it has no speed. To have speed, a body must move relative to other bodies. But since darkness doesn’t move, it can’t move either. Similarly, the level of illumination cannot change faster than the speed of light. That’s the reason why darkness is so difficult to define.

Hate cannot drive out darkness

The Bible teaches that hate cannot drive out darkness. It teaches that returning hate for hate only multiplies the darkness. Similarly, returning light for light multiplies hate, just as love cannot drive out darkness. But what if we could say that love can drive out darkness? What then would be the best path to peace? We need to remember that hate cannot drive out light, but we can turn to love to bring about change.

If we want to see the world brighter, we must first understand that hatred can only deepen the gap. The only way to close the gap is to show love and kindness to the other person. Forgiveness does not mean that you forget about the harm done to you or your loved one, but it can prevent the same thing from happening again. Love is stronger and can win over hearts and drive out darkness. When we practice this, we will have the courage to face the problems that we encounter in our daily lives.

Hate cannot drive out hate

“Hate cannot drive out hate.” The words of Martin Luther King, Jr. have become a rallying cry for people who want to bring equality to their communities. He believed that love can conquer hate. He advocated non-violent methods of protest, proving that love can conquer hatred. He echoed these sentiments in his 1967 book, “Where Do We Go From Here?”

King’s philosophy of non-violence is based on the principle that suffering for a cause is better than killing for it. Violence escalation makes it difficult to reconcile. In addition, unmerited suffering reveals the moral bankruptcy of racists. While this view sounds idealistic, it is impractical in today’s zero-sum world. Many people find this view impractical, especially in a culture of zero-sum politics.

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