On the Nature of Light


 On the Nature of Light

Let us examine, now, the nature of light.

By its very essence, light is ephemeral. It exists on that boundary between the real and the unreal.   You can touch it not, but it’s warm to the touch.  You cannot see it, yet you can’t see without it.  It is weightless, the embodiment of stillness, and silent.  You can hold it in your hand.  Without light, the world would be a cold and lonely place; a world bereft of light, unworldly.

When God thought first of the universe, His first  thoughts were of light.


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