CFFC- Apple red colour

Gas-cylinder

What is apple red?

Red apple gets their colour from anthocyanins. These pigments are responsible for the colours red, purple and blue.

We come across these colours in fruits and vegetables.

We find these colours in apples, cranberries, raspberries and cabbage

These pigments are rich in antioxidants.

Domestic gas cylinders in India

In India, all domestic gas cylinders are painted red.

Do they paint red in your country too? I am curious to know.

The red colour is said to be visible from a long distance.

Red colour somehow linked with the sign of danger.

The red colour is used significantly for anything that is dangerous or that requires urgent attention.

Since LPG is highly inflammable, I guess the cylinder is painted red.

Fuel in one’s life journey

We all require fuel in our life journey. This fuel is available in the form of goals.

But the funny part is goals don’t drive the people, instead people with a purpose drive goals.

How do we develop a ‘purpose’?

This is where most of us go wrong.

We are always influenced by others’ viewpoints and hence seek others’ opinions.

Don’t you agree with me?

“If you fuel your journey on the opinions of others, you are going to run out of gas”

Steve Maraboli

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr. Philo

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CFFC-Apple red colour

6 thoughts on “CFFC- Apple red colour

  1. Interesting post. We have a gas cylinder that fuels our grill, and it is gray. Small gas cylinders that connect to the outboard grill we have on the boat, as well as the tiny ones that go into our camping stove, are green. I have not seen any red gas cylinders.

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