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The darkest hour is always before dawn

This page is about the saying "The darkest hour is always before dawn".

Possible interpretation: This proverb says that just before the sun rises the sky is at its blackest, suggesting that when times are at their worst for us they will soon get better.

dawn (noun): the time of day when the sun comes up

Quick Quiz:

You might say "the darkest hour is always before dawn" to a friend

a. going through a bad patch

b. who has just lost their car keys

c. you haven't seen for years

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Contributor: Josef Essberger