Turning on the Lights

I like nights better.

How much time has every bit of reality waited in darkness to briefly experience light? Why should I know?

Every point of it, in a mathematical abstraction or every grid points separated by Planck length⋯ why am I in light, on a hospitable planet, amid some lively adventure towards knowledge of myself…

With my iPad on, a few flying insects and I got to spend a little more time outside darkness.

I like nights better than days.

There are things dancing around my hand – I feel them but cannot draw them down  – ethereal beings, lights, dust, evils⋯

Good night.

Turned out, my physics 251 was still an A+, cheers.

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