So in physics we started special relativity and studied the way time dilates in different reference frames.

Since both time and space can disagree when measured in different frames, the only constant we can use for comparison between two frames is the speed of light, which never changes.

After class, I asked the professor if time exists in light’s reference frame. The answer? It doesn’t.

Light is timeless and eternal.

Three o’clock in the morning. The soft April night is looking at my windows and caressingly winking at me with its stars. I can’t sleep, I am so happy.
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Life is not a problem to be solved, nor a question to be answered. Life is a mystery to be experienced.
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If you succeed in cheating someone, don’t think that person is a fool. Realize that the person trusted you more than you deserved.
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Creation which cannot express itself becomes madness.

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Surrender, know that nothing is designed to hurt you.
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There’s nothing wrong with what you’re going through.
It’s very real, and it brings you closer to the truth.
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The most heartbreaking thing of all is how we cheat ourselves of the present moment.
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Zen is not some special state, it is our normal condition, silent, peaceful, awake, without agitation.
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The world is not what you think it is;
the world becomes exactly what you think it is.
Such is the power of belief.
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