Summer is better than winter for many reasons. Winter is the time where things die. Summer is the time where everything is alive. Everyone likes to be alive and not dead. songs about summer are about fun while songs about winter are about depression and death. Research shows that hot, humid conditions reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Freezing temperatures can cause dementia and kidney failure.
Even though this "issue" of yours has no valid arguments TO or AGAINST, I shall continue on with my arguments.
First of all, your argument is invalid. It is only your opinion and not a straight-up fact that "everything dies" in winter. A wordpress blog is also an UNRELIABLE form of proof, which I deem invalid.
Now for my argument; According to many health websites, Summer is the #1 cause of heat stroke. During the summer, heat stroke's affect many countries around the world. The harsh summer climate mainly affects people over the age of 50,but the risks outweigh a song about "winter depression". Some symptoms include dizziness, seizures, rapid heartbeat, and can indirectly cause other health risks, including heart attacks. http://www.webmd.com... http://www.mayoclinic.org...
Summer does not definitely define whether it is better than another. Some people like it more than winter, but that is only an opinion.
Winter is the #1 cause of the flu. The flu is a major killer of vulnerable people. Ages from 65 and older have a higher death rate by the flu And with other long term health conditions, Including diabetes, and kidney disease, are at high risk. In winter you are at risk of the cold, sore throat, asthma, norovirus, painful joints, cold sores, heart attacks, cold hands and dry skin. There is also a very good chance of getting frostbite. Frostbite is when your tissue(usually skin) gets frozen and reduces the flow of blood. The tissue also changes color. children, elderly people, and people with circulatory problems are at a higher risk of getting frostbite. Frostbite most likley will effect parts of the body away from the core. It most likely effects the ears, nose,fingers, hands, feet, and toes. There is a higher chance of getting sick, frostbite, and even death in winter. Winter is also a cause of depression. During the holidays you use up more money and it makes you worry more about it. Soon your bills will be coming in and you will have to spend even more money. The sun setting earlier and less light makes you have a sad feeling. The cold temperature makes you curl up and to remain lazy. In summer you don't need to worry about curling up or spending a lot of money. There is also more daylight so you can be outside running around and having fun.