Thank You for Non Light Beings, Einstein, and Bob Marley
I am frequently amazed at how things change when they are placed in a different light—including people.
Light travels at 186,000 miles per second.
It’s generated by electromagnetic waves, or vibrations of magnetic and electric fields.
Then, those little guys inside atoms, you know, the protons, the electrons, and the neutrons, pick up the vibrations like they are at a Bob Marley concert.
They get all excited and start dancin’ around until one of ‘em—usually an electron—gets knocked off the dance floor and starts makin’ a scene as they try to find the center again.
Light doesn’t need anything or anybody for it to exist, it just is.
It simply rides the vibes and travels around, bonkin’ us in the retina and makin’ a seen.
Some folks seem like they don’t need anybody else to exist.
They appear to be independent and not effected by the vibrations in their environments.
They say things like I don’t care what other people think.
They don’t get too excited about things, and rarely express their needs or ask for help from others while they are moving at 186,00 miles an hour to accomplish their independent agenda.
It has been my experience that if you place these folks in a different light you might discover they are actually quite fragile.
When these people get knocked off the dance floor, they have a hard time getting back to the center and sometimes they make a scene.
People are not independent light beings.
We’re all in this atom together, dancing in the light.
When we think we don’t need others, the music stops.
And that, my friends, is the Lea Kelley version of physics.
Yeah, me and Einstein, we’re like that, and we like Reggae music.
~ by leakelley on January 17, 2010.