‘Hidden Meaning’ Within Fidget Spinners
I have to admit that I just don’t get the ‘fidget spinner‘ craze. I’ve seen lots of kids playing with lots of different kinds of spinners.
Fidget spinners are amazingly popular. I’ve seen where they are marketed using claims of helping those suffering with stress, autism, and ADHD. From what I’ve read there doesn’t seem to be any science supporting these claims.
But hey, if someone finds relief by twirling these little plasticy, ball bearing filled doohickies…more power to ya.
Other than the aforementioned possible uses it appears there is new a purpose some clergy are finding for these spinners. They are being used to explain the Holy Trinity-the Father, Son, & Holy Spirit.
Check out these tweets:
so beautiful how st. patrick used the 3 parts of the fidget spinner 2 explain the holy trinity – some ppl say shamrock & r very misguided :/ pic.twitter.com/4ETu27VlRY
— Patrick McGuire (@Pat_the_katt) June 13, 2017
— Sabine Mueller (@sabine_mueller1) June 13, 2017
— Greg Fromholz (@GregFromholz) June 11, 2017
What do you think? Are any churches around Sioux Falls using Fidget Spinners like this?
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