Does morning always shows the day?Since morning, it's cloudy. It's hard to find out the sun. It's hiding somewhere under the clouds and never got a chance to peep out.
Well, this can be the situation of any morning during the rainy season. Other than the rainy season, if there are turbulences in the weather we experience the same thing. Everybody likes bright sunshine at the beginning of the day, but somehow if the weather is gloomy at the beginning and you have to go out to complete a very important task, then you take all the precautions hoping that the sun will come out somewhere in the later part of the day. Many times, the sun comes out at a later stage indicating there is some improvement in the weather.
All of us are aware of the proverb "Morning shows the day". It means, if the beginning is bright you can very well expect the rest will be bright too, just like a bright sunny day. In general, this proverb is used as an example to predict the future of a child. It means the traits found during the childhood will indicate the quality he will bear during adulthood. There are many instances where this was proved completely wrong. You can always say that exception proves the law, but aren't we generalizing things too much while comparing this proverb with human lives? Doesn't it indicate there is no chance of further improvement? Members, what is your opinion on this?