Since the first dawn, we as humans have been drawn to light. We are drawn to fire, sunsets, beautifully lit landscapes, and illuminated spaces. We turn our faces to the sun and feel its warmth and goodness, and we get depressed when it’s lacking- like in Seattle. We hire experts to engineer lighting scenes in our modern homes- one for entertaining, one for reading, one for romance. To those who came before us, light was more than just a wattage, lumen or sunray; it was critical to our existence; for without light, the universe would cease to exist. To early Greek thinkers, light was seen as the source of goodness in the world. Plato pondered its metaphysical properties; “Just as good sheds light on…