Faith and Hope, however, could be two elements of Heroism, or Life [the meaning of]. This gives me an idea: why don't you guys make a chart of what could represent Heroism and what could represent the Meaning of Life (why do you live, how do you live)? Don't forget to choose elements unlinked together (for example, Sea is linked to Water, as Sea is made of Water, but Water isn't linked to Sea, as Water isn't made of Sea. Water is the element, Sea is a form of it)!
I just thought about it at night. In my opinion: "Light and Shadow coexist together. Shadow is represented by night and the moon (most often) and Light is represented by day and the sun (most often). Luna represents Shadow and Celestia represents Light, but they aren't the rulers of these elements, as the day and the sun are another forms of Light, the night and the moon being other forms of Shadow. Shadow isn't summoned with hate and fear, but Darkness does. Light and Shadow live together, even if they are the total opposite of the other." For Darkness: "Darkness is summoned with Fear and Hate, Goodness is summoned with Love, Passion, etc.... Darkness is the opposite of Goodness (in some ways), and will corrupt you if you use it too much." Phew... that's it for today!
Probably, but she looks so similar to her... And the pony from the episode actually has a much larger history behind her. She started out as just another OC of one of my friends, and the main character of her comic. When my friend gave up the comic, I adopted the character. My girlfriend, who is one of the animators for FiM, decided to put the character into the episode as an anniversary gift to me. Amazingly, Hasbro hit the characters personality right on the head, albeit a little meaner than my friend and I portray her. In order to avoid potential copyright issues, the character, Northern Lights, was given a new name, Lightning Dust.