Defraction

Partner in the Gospel 1
Philippians 1

For it has been granted to you that for the sake of Christ you should not only believe in him but also suffer for his sake, engaged in the same conflict that you saw I had and now hear that I still have.

Philippians 1:29‭-‬30

Physical light is comprised of every possible wavelength of light. When minds perceive color, it is the wavelength which strikes our eyes that determines what color our brains assign.
When all wavelengths are present, white is the color we see. Black is the absence of light wavelengths. It is very rare for true white and true black actually exist. White only exists in the presence of 100% light. The only place you can experience real black is in 100% absence of light; deep in a cave where no light can penetrate. Prisms refract light to expose it’s spectrums, which is how rainbows come to exist.

Today’s drawing is meant to be read like an English book, left to right. The divided wavelengths converge into the prism. They assemble together inside, and exit as a beam of (almost) white light that pierces the darkness. “Engaging in the same conflict…..”

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