The Yin With The Yang
YIN YANG [yīn-yáng]:
two complimentary principles of Chinese philosophy:
Yin is negative, dark and feminine. Yang is positive, bright, and masculine.
Their interaction is thought to maintain the harmony of the universe and to influence everything within it.
That's the dictionary definition of Yin and Yang.
In layman's terms, the white [or the yin] represents the good and the black [or the yang] represents the bad. The opposite colored dots placed in their respective opposite colors shows that there's always good in the bad and always bad in the good.
Nothing is perfect.
And everything is temporary.
One of the best lessons life has taught me is how to react, accept and move on
knowing that there is always good in the bad and that there is always bad in the good.