Sages, philosophers and scientists have tried to find answers with varying results, and the answers found by one are not usually the same as those found by the others. The Divine Light is within you. It is the Divine Light of the soul manifesting as life and consciousness. This Light is from the source that we call God.
The essay starts as a father and son go to the lake, which was a favorite place for camping and fishing of the father when he was a child. The father is full of expectations as the lake symbolizes his youth ages and the most careless period of his life. So the decision to go fishing again on this lake may be regarded as an attempt to return childhood or at least to return childhood impressions and memories.
Another important detail which is mentioned by the author is that the lake also had changed since the last time he was there.
In childhood years it was nearly a virgin lake, with wildlife and absence of any kind of good roads to it. Now the lake had changed: He understands that probably the impressions from this trip will be different as he is longer a child for whom the camping was the greatest event of the year.
The description of new experiences shows that the father is not able to accept new changes and adopt them.
It become a hard a trial for himself. At this episodes we observe the idea of dual personality, as the reality which he has to perceive is different from his inner world and from his expectations and hopes.
Besides, his expectations start to be ruined by the different attitude of the son to the lake trip. White thought his on would act the same as h did when he was a child and that for his son the trip to the lake would mean exactly the same as it meant for him.
But his son considers the trip to be a usual camping on the lake event and sees nothing special in it. Father makes analogies between the behavior and attitude of his son of himself in childhood and sees that they are very different.
The author also looked forward summer camping and it turned into a certain kind of ritual to fish on the lake and simply stay in camping. Author sees some kind of indifference in the eyes of his son and feels that everything had changed.
He understands that he became a grown-up and his childhood is left only in his heart and in his mind. Childhood had transformed into simple memories of the past and that it became very private thing. Such feeling is very usual for people who return to the places which are associated with good memories, moments of happiness, joy and pleasure but instead of positive emotions people often feel nostalgia and unexplained melancholy.
The author feels the same on the lake as the lake is probably the only symbol left from his childhood: This was the note that jarred, the one thing that would sometimes break the illusion and set the years moving.
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Revisiting the lake and watching his son perform the same activities he once did leads to a series of memories he holds with his father.