Where the light gets in

What happened in my mind two weeks ago can only be compared to a supernova of joy – the culmination of a lifetime of looking in the cracks to identify, exceedingly effectively and very very very clearly indeed,,…exactly and precisely, where the light gets in. The pain of countless millennia was resolved in that moment; in me.

A supernova is a class of violently exploding stars whose luminosity after eruption suddenly increases many millions of times its normal level. With such a light available to one, the dark corners others swore, and continue to swear viable, have no merit, not even the distinction of a merit.

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