# The Holy Glance of Mother Mary, and a Mathematical Exploration

Published: 4 December 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/cxzmhmjmrw.1
Contributor:
Sunil Maria Benedict

## Description

Your research explores the enigmatic notion of the divine gaze of the Mother of God, seeking to mathematically model the ineffable power attributed to her glance. Contemplating the immeasurable potency of a mere glance, this endeavor attempts a symbolic representation employing analogies from optics and dynamics. While acknowledging the inherent limitations in quantifying such a divine or supernatural action, the research delves into the instantaneous and overpowering nature of this gaze, likening it symbolically to the speed of light in optics. The equations formulated are highly metaphorical, symbolically representing the distance, time, and intensity of this glance. Acknowledging the divine and transcendent nature of this concept, the research employs calculus concepts, such as limits, to metaphorically capture the instantaneous and compelling effect attributed to the gaze of Mother Mary. Furthermore, the research probes the theological essence of Mary's hiddenness, endeavoring to mathematically model this concept. The model postulates relationships between Mary's hiddenness, humility, and desire for anonymity, drawing upon the intertwined connections among these attributes. Employing assumptions and simplifications, such as nonlinear relationships and exponential functions, the model symbolically portrays the complex interplay between humility, spiritual awareness, worldly experiences, and spiritual enlightenment. Recognizing the inherent complexity and limitations in capturing Mary's hiddenness through mathematical equations, the research serves as an attempt to metaphorically represent this intricate theological concept, offering a symbolic lens through which to contemplate and explore this divine attribute.

## Steps to reproduce

import numpy as np import pandas as pd # Define the range for variables a, b = 0, 10 c, d = 0, 8 e, f = 0, 6 # Define the functions for Mary as the Earthly Paradise, Divine Potentiality, and Spiritual Magnitude def mary_as_paradise(x, y): return np.sin(x) + np.cos(y) def divine_potentiality(x, y): return np.tan(x) * np.sin(y) def spiritual_magnitude(x, y): return np.cos(x) * np.exp(-y) # Create grid points for x and y x = np.linspace(a, b, 100) y = np.linspace(c, d, 100) x, y = np.meshgrid(x, y) # Calculate the values for each function mary_values = mary_as_paradise(x, y) divine_values = divine_potentiality(x, y) spiritual_values = spiritual_magnitude(x, y) # Flatten the grid points and corresponding values x_flat = x.flatten() y_flat = y.flatten() mary_flat = mary_values.flatten() divine_flat = divine_values.flatten() spiritual_flat = spiritual_values.flatten() # Create a DataFrame data = { 'X': x_flat, 'Y': y_flat, 'Mary as Paradise': mary_flat, 'Divine Potentiality': divine_flat, 'Spiritual Magnitude': spiritual_flat } df = pd.DataFrame(data) # Save DataFrame to a CSV file df.to_csv('simulated_data.csv', index=False)

## Institutions

CMR Jnanadhara Trust, CMR Group of institutions

## Categories

Religion, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Christianity, Catholicism, Spirituality, Calculus, Theology