Decoding the Colors. By Colleen Witte. Start Here!. Blue. Blue. Calm, Pure, Inspiration, Sincerity, Spirituality. Red. Red. Energy, Danger, Strength, Passion, Desire, Love. Pink. Pink. Romance, Love, Friendship, Caring, Tenderness. Brown. Brown.
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By Colleen Witte
Calm, Pure, Inspiration, Sincerity,Spirituality
Conventional, Natural, Comfortable,Stability,Orderly
Illumination, Wisdom,Wealth,Optimism,Good Health
Joy, Intellect,Energy, Freshness,Happiness
Royalty, Power,Nobility,Luxury,Ambition,Independence, Creativity,Mystery,Magic
Light, Goodness, Innocence, Purity, Safety, Cleanliness, Kindness, Wholeness, Completion
Power, Elegance, Formality, Death, Evil, Mystery, Prestigious
In China, red is associated with good luck and fortune.
The color brown stimulates the appetite.
Lemon was the original scent when thought of the color yellow.
In England, taxi cars are traditionally black.
Purple represents the planet Jupiter.
The Pink Ribbon is the international symbol of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Safety orange is a color used to set things apart from their surroundings.
Green is the second most favorite color.
The Ancient Greeks wore white to bed to ensure pleasant dreams.
Not all gray wolves are colored gray.
When we think of gold, only one other color comes to mind-yellow.
Owls are the only birds who can see the color blue.
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