In 1801, Thomas Young proved light was a wave, and overthrew Newton’s idea that light was a “corpuscle”.
I told you that I would never leave you. You know I have never broken a promise. We are connected, my dear. There is a bond between us that can never be separated by space or time. Please do not cry, my dear. I shall travel back in time to remind you I am coming in your life. I will show you the tree that will mean so much to us later. You will look at the tree and see something in it that gives you the strength to hold on until I arrive. I will travel to the future and show you things that could only have existed through my presence. One day you will feel so alone it hurts to breath. You will be walking in the woods and find a rock in your pocket. It will be the same rock you picked up long ago as a souvenir of our day together. The rock you thought you lost. You will feel loved and know I am right there with you, my dear. Remember how I fell in the river that day and I swore you pushed me in. You laughed the whole walk back to the car. I still think you pushed me in. Ah, how things used to be so simple.
Please don’t cry, my dear. It makes my heart ache to see you so upset. For right now as I breathe my last breath, my energy dispersing around you, I can never completely leave. A piece of me is entangled with you, here, and remains within you. Now part of you.