We somewhat understand light from the sun down to a subatomic level. Stepping 'down' from that, we similarly understand light from a candle or campfire. Stepping to the side, we also understand light from things like fireflies, certain algae, etc. These each relate to physics/chemistry to some degree, and the depth of understanding that we have of them now is vastly beyond what we had just a century ago.
We understood for a long time that everything was made of earth, wind, water, and fire. Later, we found that those were each made of molecules made of atoms made of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Today, we have quarks, leptons, neutrinos, and a bunch of other bits and pieces. Photons were in that mix too, and we still barely understand them. Now we have biophotons, which are quite a bit different from the sort we already barely understand.
As the fire in the sun and the fire in our hearth are substantially different, they have important key similarities. The differences and similarities between 'regular' photons and biophotons seem to be on a path quite a bit like those two fires. Science and spirituality are getting quite a bit closer to agreeing/realizing that we're made of light.
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