White light!🌈☀️😇

Today I taught a lesson on white light. Did you know that white light is a mixture of all the colors of a rainbow? When white light hits an object, all you can see is the color the object is not absorbing. That is the color it’s reflecting. A tomato is red because it’s absorbing all the colors besides red. A banana is yellow because it’s absorbing all the colors besides yellow. “We don’t see ‘things.’ We see light bouncing off of things,” says Bill Nye. Without light, there would be nothing but darkness. It’s also how we heat our homes, cook our food, and even hear sound! It’s everything! “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light!” (Genesis 1:1-1:3). There you have it–light, trillions of stars, planets, galaxies, and much more, even us!

About Zina

Zina Hermez authored the best-selling book, “Not Without God: A Story of Survival.” Her stories have been featured in various guest articles, medical journals, magazines, newsletters, and over 250 of her own blog articles. As an educator for more than twenty years, she’s had the privilege of working with thousands of students from different backgrounds and parts of the world. Her upcoming book, “Not Without God: Hope In the Storm” will be out later this year. Her writing endeavors earned her an invitation to speak at the Harvard Faculty Club’s “Business Expert Forum.” Zina’s goal is to help others overcome adversity, and she strives to do what she longs to–help other people. She’s appeared in Christianity Today, the Southern Writers magazine, and Suite T blog among other places. Socializing with friends, taking business trips, listening to music, and meeting new people are among her hobbies. She was recently featured on Color Speak (a Grace and Truth Radio World! podcast). You can connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Twitter.

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