I am a phrase used to describe the bright side of a problem. I can be seen in the sky with just the right light. What am I?
Answer: Silver Lining
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"Every cloud has a silver lining" is a phrase often attributed to John Milton's masque, Comus, of 1634. The idiom is used to express optimisim in the face of a difficult situation.
At Kepner-Tregoe, we have helped thousands of companies with millions of problems over the past 60+ years. In the midst of these problems, it's hard to believe that any good can come from them, but there is always a silver lining even if it's not realized in the heat of the moment.
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