Have a colorful life!

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Everybody wants to lead a colorful life!

Is it a must for the life to be colourful?

What is the colour of life?

Can you describe it?

I am confused.

I guess that if the experience in life is bad…you call it black & white (remember black and white is also a colour).

And your experience of your life is good…you call it colourful life.

So in your thoughts being good and comfortable can be labelled as a good life.

Maybe there is also a shade of grey in your life… if you think your life swings between being colourful to being black and white?

Our emotions and moods

I think the whole description boils down to our moods and the psyche. Don’t you agree?

Emotions can give colour to our thought process, be love, ecstasy, anger, sorrow or fear even delight.

So our moods and emotions are responsible for seeing the different colours of our life.

In other words, we view our life through the Kaleidoscope.

It is said with every emotion of life, one learns something.

Let us not twist our emotions as a tool for blackmailing each other instead of realizing that these emotions help us grow better and behave in a more mature way leading to a colourful life.

What we are not supposed do?

If you wish your life to be colourful don’t do this.

“We judge ourselves by our intentions and others by their behaviour”

Stephen M.R. Covey

Message

“Your life will be colourful if you just add colours to your life!

It is your own decisions that will determine to have a miserable or a marvellous life!”

Mehmet Murat ildan

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr. Philo

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8 thoughts on “Have a colorful life!

  1. We use color to express emotions, blue for sadness or cold, red for anger or love, Yellow for happiness or energy, green for nature or harmony. It gives rise to idioms like “feeling blue” or “seeing red.”
    I hadn’t really thought of this concept until reading your post. Thanks for the enlightenment.

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  2. Great photo. What’s cooking in that pot?
    Pablo Picasso formulated a theory of colors that express emotions. However, not everyone wants to have a colorful life. Some people are content with grey lives, devoid of strong feelings and exciting events.

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    1. Haha.
      Nothing.Just 3 candles among colourful rose petals.
      I never knew about the existence of people with contented life.
      I also did know that Picasso is the man behind the theory of colours representing human emotions.
      To day I added to my knowledge pool.
      Thank you Dolly.

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  3. Colour has always strongly affected my mood. I remember owning a car that was beige and I hated getting into it. Most of cars have been red or blue and even green. My clothes are also pretty colourful and when I paint I tend to go for bright colours. I’m going to experiment with black and white because I do like the dramatic contrast. Thanks for sharing your insights on colour and your trio for the week.

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