Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

Have you ever heard that “every cloud has a silver lining”?

The phrase “silver lining” was first coined by John Milton in his 1634 poem Comus: A Mask Presented at Ludlow Castle.

Today the idiom is used to convey that there is something positive in everything that is negative. No matter how bad a situation might appear, there is always something beneficial. It urges people to be optimistic and never feel hopeless because difficult times will lead to better days. 

Give us an example of a time when something good came from something bad for you. Add your comments below!

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