The joys of sunlight

Kapiolani Park

Good Evening, God!

I find even rainy grey days lovely. But, it is hard to resist a bright blue sky — especially when reflected in a quiet pond, and surrounded by green grass. There is indeed something healing about going for a walk outdoors in the sunlight.

Just the other day, I was reading an article in Dr. Mercola’s website about the healing uses of light —  Photobiomodulation he called it. I am going to have to reread it, God. But one sentence that leapt out at me was: What this means is that the red light at 630-660 nm will provide the same mitochondrial benefits as the near-infrared range of 810 to 830 nm.

Mitochondrial benefits from being exposed to red light and near-infrared light? Mitochondria are more and more in the news. I remember reading — years ago — Madeleine L’Engle’s book A Wind in the Door about the hero Charles Wallace being ill from an illness of his mitochondria. And now it appears to be a key to our good health.

We are learning so much, God. So much more than we can easily or quickly assimilate! Yet, it does seem sometimes as if You are helping us notice important stuff. Thank You!

 

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One comment on “The joys of sunlight
  1. Lani Peterson says:

    WHAT a lovely picture! I am walking there with you, if only in spirit!

    MUCH love, Lani

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