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bask in the light

Light is an ephemeral quality that we just can’t live without! The rising and setting of the sun are the only events that happen every single day, no matter what. As they say, the sun always rises! Around the world, whether northern or southern hemisphere, light defines our lives and our lifestyles. As seasons change our worlds get darker in the mornings, lighter in the evenings, days stretch to midnight or fall short at 5pm. We are in a constant state of adjusting to how much light there is outside. This affects what we wear, how we eat, when we exercise, and what activities we can enjoy outdoors. This fluctuating state is universal and it can be said that in spring time, wherever you are in the world, as blossoms appear on trees and the air warms up, really, what we are most grateful for at the end of a long winter is more light in our lives. Light makes things grow – plants, trees, the food we eat; light also has an amazing ability to increase our mood and lift our spirits (just ask anyone who has suffered from Seasonal Adjustment Disorder).

The presence of light (the sun) and light (inispiration, upliftment, goodness) in our lives cannot be underestimated. We need light in so many ways, big and small, and whether you are basking all day in the summer sun or catching a few rays of winter light when it appears, light is an essential element of nature that we just can’t live without. There have been many songs, poems, books written that reference light, both physical and metaphorical. In celebration of that beautiful shining thing that illuminates our world, here are some of my favourite words related to light:

You light up my life                                                                              

Let your light shine                                                                               

From darkness to light

Bright lights

City lights

Starlight

Be the light

Festival of Light

Fairy lights

Christmas lights

Reading lights

Lightweight clothes

A light touch

The light in me acknowledges the light in you                            

Love and light

It is always darkest before the light of dawn

Into the light

Firelight

Sunlight

Daylight

A night light

Moonlight

First light

Beam of light

Light breeze

Lights out

Light-hearted

Guiding light

Inner light

Light years ahead

Give the green light

Ultraviolet light

Lighthouse

Lightning

Tea lights

Candlelight

Lighten up

Mood lighting

Come on baby light my fire…

You were born to light up the world!

 

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Rainbow is a freelance writer and published fiction author, her debut novel 'The Inevitability of Stars' was published in 2013.She studied Creative Writing & Editing and loves words! Rainbow is passionate about creativity, the restorative power of nature and cruelty free living. She has been involved in animal rights and animal protection for the last few years and is now more determined than ever to inspire people to think about the choices they make. She believes we can do things differently and better – in ways that look after our environment, human health and the animals we share our lives with: each person making one small change, changes the world. She hopes, one day, to see all animals go free. Rainbow loves oceans, mountains, deserts and forests and draws much inspiration for her writing from these beautiful free-spirited places. She wants all of us to be kind, happy and to find the joy in simple pleasures. These are the things she writes and dreams about.

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