lanterns in gravity wells

Where a lantern is placed, those who seek light gather around - for light attracts - Hayom Yom of today.

This makes for some interesting attempts to relate to science. If you think of light as energy, and matter as crystalized or frozen energy, then light under certain circumstances does attract. I don't think that photons have any mass though--if they did they would have some gravity. And, if photons had gravity, then gravitational lensing wouldn't require space-time itself to warp, now would it? The answer is loosely yes; I looked it up.

Anyways, when it comes to Torah, Jews will always thirst for it, and once they've had a taste I think they will always seek it out, as I've seen it in action a number of times. It's also something that can't be hidden, really. Only through making it more revealed can it be hidden, I'll have to post about that another time, it was a paradox that really bothered me for a long time. If you have the most brilliant light in the universe, what could possibly hide it?


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