Can a photon exist in a none moving state?

or does the light packet breakdown into moving and non moving particles? persay if a light packet or photon does not decay and is imortal more or less then the power of that energy stored in a balck hole must be beyond googly exponatial in its magnitude. how much matter does it take to retain a million lumins of... show more or does the light packet breakdown into moving and non moving particles? persay if a light packet or photon does not decay and is imortal more or less then the power of that energy stored in a balck hole must be beyond googly exponatial in its magnitude. how much matter does it take to retain a million lumins of light power and could a black hole be overloaded with light as to cause a release of its matter. as a black hole does not allways collect matter but is allways collecting light.
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