looking into the light

There is a light hidden away since the beginning of creation. It was hidden for the Tzaddikim, and in this light the Tzaddikim can see from one end of the world to the other, past, present and future.

According to Einstein's theory of relativity, travelling at the speed of light leads to undefined values of time and space. I always tried to picture what the rest of the world would look like to a photon. Since photons essentially don't experience time (and perhaps not space) they are everywhere they ever will go all at once. It's as if the whole universe is still a single point from the point of view of a photon. That's the limit of my understanding of how light plays itself out in relativity, and I could be mistaken. (I probably am.)

If someone could 'see things in the light,' then perhaps they would be able to see the whole universe, all of time and space. Just as the Tzaddikim do.


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