How could one appreciate the light of day without the darkness of night? An even bigger question is, how could light exist without the void of darkness? From night and day to the beginnings of the Big Bang, duality has kept a sacred balance, allowing the single point from which the big bang started, to divide and expand with such harmony. Eventually out comes our solar system, holding endless examples of this divine concept of duality. We see examples all the way from our social beliefs, “opposites attract” all the way to our science field of magnetism.
What if I told you, we as humans need to use yin and yang within ourselves. Along with many other fundamental concepts. This is no theory, in order to strive as a person we need balance; balance between the left, and the right side of the brain, the tactical, and the creative. A business man can be the best organizer in the world, but his tactics are useless without desire. An artist with the pencil work of an angel, won’t make money unless he also has the organization to plan his art sales. The right side of our brain is creative and random. So random, that it needs the left side of the brain in order to manifest visions into reality. The left side of the brain has endless potential and power, but its wheels of tactics and logic, is only needed when there is a destination envisioned by the right side of the mind. Now can you see how we must appreciate the void of darkness in order to see the existence of light?
~ Mariah Lynn Jeffers