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In the smallest lies way to the highest. The great is revealed everywhere in the small, the greatest wonder is always hidden close by my side. The lights, which I cannot see, lightens every moment my path wherever I walk. The whole and the infinite are always entangled in the places where I exist. This world, beyond the realm of the ordinary vision, communicates with us, but we do not see and cannot know because we are bound to limitations of our senses, knowledge and thoughts. In every entanglement of clouds that fly, split and join in front of my eyes every day in the sky, I am entangled  with the motions of the atmosphere, the oceans and the earth. My being iseems inseparable from what hovers over there. In this world - this total world- where I am a part and exist as an embodiment of the great in the small, I see the world, which is near everywhere, but still very far…..

All visual forms are related to the senses. However, by freeing the visual forms from their interconnections, that qualify their properties, as experienced by the senses, one may discern the realm of imagination and enter into the realm where mind is free from the bondages of the physical body. Without the constraints of the physical world, mind envisions the realms that could have existed, if these constraints could be overcome. Such projections bring forth
creative urges and aspirations to be free from the bondage of life….

However, the non-representable world, which lies at the highest “summit” of the mind, cannot be approached by any visionary form, which has relations, or resemblances to the sense-bound world, or its representation by words, thoughts, sounds or pictures…

“Forms must hint to no-forms; colours must indicate the existence of no-colours; representation should reveal world beyond representation”
WINDOWS OF LIGHT