The light of life
Life is a puzzling thing and so is it's light. The Sun has light. Light does not exist in the general understanding of light although as human beings we feel nothing other than joy from the Sun. We need the Sun like plants and tend to grow towards the light. Stretching and growing towards the light we tend to bend and curl. We grow hair and fingernails. We sprout like plants, growing out of the garden. Water and light. Growing up with the trees and bending in the wind our hair blows around. We draw energy from the Sun. You feel your aching bones waking up after winter. Although, human beings do not hibernate everything starts to sprout and grow towards the light like flowers, unfolding. The warmth of the sun breeds life, in the dead of winter and you feel you grow. The simple pleasure of the Sun and the Sun's warmth, breeds life. Rising up and blowing around with the wind like trees in a gale, draws light and energy. We provide the energy with the physics of light. Reflecting and growing like photosynthesising plants there is a chemical reaction in human beings providing carbon-dioxide as plants provide oxygen. The chemical processes provide the light.