Now I know light motion is consistence from any frame of reference and can’t accelerate since it is mass less and lacks momentum. So the speed of light is always c. What about the point where light started? So does that imply that the speed of light was c at the point it was starting? That means it was moving at point in which it started which is confusing to me. That means it didn’t “start” moving since that would imply it started at a certain point and then started to travel at c or accelerated, which is wrong. I’m probably looking at this wrong so I need explanations.