英文諺語 Every cloud has a silver lining
Every cloud has a silver lining 否極泰來
Every bad situation has some good aspect to it. This proverb is usually said as an encouragement to a person who is overcome by some difficulty and is unable to see any positive way forward.
You can derive some benefit from every bad thing that happens to you. (You can also refer to the silver lining of a particular cloud, the benefit you can derive from a particular misfortune.)
When we look more closely at the edges of every cloud we can see the sun shining there like a silver lining.
Example: I’m sorry your business is going badly, but don’t despair. Every cloud has a silver lining. When Mary’s friends visited her in the hospital, they tried to cheer her up, but Mary never could find the silver lining in the cloud of her illness.