64. We forget the light that is a glow that now illumines, is moments later the glare that obscures and befuddles.

If we conceive of consciousness as an inner light which we infer in people’s faces as sadness or anger, then we should remember that human facial expression is not always transparent in this way, but is often translucent, and is dispersed on the facial features like diffuse light, and does not point to anything beyond what is recognized in the facial features alone.