30 Aug The Way Of The Way 171
What do we see everywhere but rarely notice?
Every-thing we see is not a thing, just a reflection of light off a thing.
Actually, objects themselves are light. Objects, Mass (M), are Energy (E) slowed down by the speed of light (C) squared (M=E/C*C). That is, when light is slowed down from its unimaginable speed, it takes solid forms.
As light is omnipresent and everything is light (including ourselves), we rarely notice it for what it is.
When we realize everything is light, we realize that every-thing we perceive not as light is an illusion.