Summer solstice seems to be the day when there is more light than ever. However, the truth is that the light is always shining; it’s just that we move closer to it and farther from it. It’s the same with God’s love and light. It is always available to us, even when we feel like it’s not. If we want to live in the light, that means we have to move very close to God and not move away. The sun does not change – our position does. Don’t let feelings fool you into thinking that God loves you more sometimes than other times. God’s love is complete and constant – let’s stay close to Him this summer and always feel His love! In this very easy science experiment, we use a flashlight to show something about what’s really going on with light on summer solstice, and how it relates to God’s love. Check out this guest post over at Catholic Mom!
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