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Yasashii Yoake .hack//SIGN Song Quote Analysis

Sunday, August 07, 2016
“Only in dark places are there things that shine.”
- Yasashii Yoake (song from .hack//SIGN)

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Yasashii Yoake, which means "Gentle Dawn," is the ending theme song from the .hack//SIGN anime series. It was sung by SeeSaw.

.hack//SIGN focuses on Tsukasa and his adventures in The World, a virtual reality massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), and how he is unable to log out of said game.

What do you think about the quote from the song Yasashii Yoake? It’s so true, isn’t it?

No matter how dark and dreary this world may be, there is always that shining ray of light that serves as our hope and guide.

No matter how dark the night can be, you can always find the light of the stars and the moon to illuminate your path.

It may not be easy to find the shining light in such dark places, but it’s there. It’s always there. We just need to believe. We just need to keep on believing and never stop hoping.

We may be lost and confused and filled with despair and darkness, but we just have to keep moving forward because there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. Someday, we can get out of this dark place and into the shining light.

*Notes:
- Image with added text was modified by Freya Yuki (CC:BY-SA) based on the image by KahoOkashii (CC:BY-SA) from deviantArt
- Pic is meant to symbolize the featured quote from the Yasashii Yoake song

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