The metaphor of light
The metaphor of light is a common image in all the major religious traditions.
In the Buddhist context, light is particularly associated with wisdom and knowledge; darkness is associated with ignorance and a state of mis-knowledge. The metaphor of light is a common image in all the major religious traditions.
Sometimes religion becomes yet another source for more division and even open conflict. Therefore, I feel the different religious traditions have a great responsibility to provide peace of mind and a sense of brother/sisterhood among humanity.
O Ram! The light of lights,
the self-luminous inner light of the Self is ever shining steadily in the chamber of your heart. Happy Diwali.
Light the walkway to door at night and decorate with flowers during day.The two will light the way to your wealth and prosperity.
Bad Light: what games tend to finish in, when it’s probably twice as dark as it was when the batsman went off for bad light in middle of afternoon session.
Na Din Ko Light. Na Raat Ko Light. Waaaah Waaaah. Na Din Ko Light. Na Raat Ko Light. Good night Good night
The light at the end of the tunnel may be an incoming train.
SIDDHUISMS: There is light at the end of the tunnel for India, but it is of an oncoming train, which will run them over.
“Sometimes our light goes out, but is blown again into instant flame by an encounter with another human being.” – Albert Schweitzer