Quote by Guru Nanak
From its brilliancy everything is illuminated.
This quote suggests that enlightenment and understanding can come from clarity or the illumination of knowledge. It suggests that by shedding light on a situation or subject, everything becomes clearer and more apparent. It implies that through the acquisition of knowledge and the removal of ignorance, a deeper understanding can be gained, leading to greater insight and brightness in one's life.
In everything, almost in everything, I wrote I was guided by the need of collecting ideas which, linked together, would be the expression of myself, though each individual idea, expressed separately in words, loses its meaning, is horribly debased when only one of the links, of which it forms a part, is taken by itself. But the interlinking of these ideas is not, I think, an intellectual process, but something else, and it is impossible to express the source of this interlinking directly in words; it can only be done indirectly by describing images, actions, and situations in words.