Imagine there's nothing else in the whole universe except for a big sun and you, an observer at a very long distance away. Let's say a very long amount of time passes and light from this sun theoretically should have reached you. My puzzlement arises. If light originates from an infinitesimal point such as the sun relative to the rest of the universe, that should mean that all the rays coming from it should radiate at an angle outwards meaning eventually these rays would diverge so much that there would be blind spots forming everywhere after a point where the light density is less and this light can literally pass you by without you seeing anything. Do you think this is possible? I don't understand how or believe parallel rays of light can radiate outwards from a point. It also suggests light is infinite (or rather, radiation). Which is another story on its own.
What's your take on this?