Legacy of the old Latin Fiat Lux "Let there be Light", like lightning, inspiring minds from ancient Rome to digital age, lighting up lakes, leaves, illuminating hues of landscape, and at this very moment sheds light onto this Book of L.
Life is like a line, drawn by looking deep, listening and learning, by laboring little brain and long limbs, and leisure; dotted by being lost to fame or luxury, lured by lust, laden with desire for lots of lots; or tuned with lavish laughter from longitudinal lute.
Latin: Lumen Ad Viam. Believe that Light would lead life out of darkness into lasting love. Therefore, to Light, is our dedication ~ three lit candles, three Books of L, each consisting of three sections: 1) L in Quotation; 2) L in Latin Motto; 3) L in Poem.