making life colorful

Life can be colorful for the blind too.

The gift of sight is not the only faculty to experience colors.Life can be made colorful for those who lack the gift by using the sense of taste,touch,hearing and smell to explore the beauty of colors and make life more vibrant and alive.

The color Green

color green house
Image by Valentina Zotova from Pixabay

The tingling sensation you get on feet by walking on grass early morning is green

The smell of earth just after it rained is green.

When was the last time you anticipated anything, such as a visit from an old friend who you haven’t met for years? Do you recall how you felt early on the morning of this anticipated event, the enormous possiblity of events stretching out before you? That’s green: a flower transitioning from bud to full blossom.

On a sweltering day, when it rains . The drops striking your skin simulate the sensation of seeing something shine. Even when you feel it, each pelt has a small, wonderful surprise.

Green represents the rush of adrenaline when the roller-coaster takes off. It’s the fragrance of freshly mowed grass.

The color Red

color red

Red is the all-encompassing warmth of an embrace or my fingers wrapped around another person’s. It is the emotion and strength that drives a song.

Take any heavy metal song, all loud, full, and scratchy. That type of music, in my opinion, is red; urgent, impulsive, and demanding. Red is difficult to look away from, and it enjoys it that way. It’s always a spectacle.

It is associated with the male principle and can elicit the “fight or flight” response. Red is a powerful and fundamental color. Pure red is the most straightforward color, with no nuances. It’s vibrant and energetic, and it’s quite welcoming. It might be seen as demanding and hostile at the same time.

The color Yellow

color yellow
Image by Joe from Pixabay

On a cold day, yellow represents the mild heat of the sun. It is the pages of a book that have been handled by a thousand hands over the course of a century.

The feeling of savoring hot coffee in winter ,the sensation that it creates in the body is yellow .

After a heavy, spicy meal, savoring something cool and sweet, like watermelon or an ice cream. That’s how yellow feels: a rush of energising energy that elevates your mood without becoming too sugary or

mind numbing.

color blue sky
Image by Máté Markovics from Pixabay

The color blue

On a clear, breezeless, yet pleasant day, blue is the sensation of peace. It has the perfect smoothness of stones found near rivers and seas. It’s the resonance created by playing a soothing symphony on piano.

Have you ever sat alone in room all by yourself without doing anything but not being sad or longing for someone to fill the void or silence but sat alone with peace. It is basically the feeling of sitting alone but not feeling lonely.That’s blue; vast, refreshing. The sky is blue. People could momentarily forget about their problems by looking up ,but never do.

Blue impacts us emotionally rather than physically, like red does. Strong blues enhance clear thinking, whereas softer, soothing blues relax the mind and assist focus. As a result, it is quiet and mentally comforting. It is the color of effective communication.

color black
Image by from Pixabay

The color Black

Remember the feeling in mystery novels were the mystery is not yet revealed but is about to ,that’s black

Black forms protective walls by absorbing all of the energy that comes towards you and enshrouding the personality.

Black has a classy, traditional, and serious vibe about it.

Black represents intelligence,strength, richness, and elegance, but it may also represent professionalism, impartiality, and simplicity.

It’s daring and forceful, and it’s frequently employed to induce mystery.

The rich flavor of chocolate is represented by black.

It’s the time after you wake up, when reality hasn’t yet set in, and everything feels weighty, serene, and secure.

In some circumstances and societies, the color black may also represent grief or melancholy.

color white
Image by Evgeni Tcherkasski from Pixabay

The color White

The sound of the wind flowing gently through the pine trees above is white.

It’s the sensation of impossibly fine sand slipping through your finger as you tighten your fist.

It exudes the vibes of touch me not plant .White, like black, represents purity and uncompromising nature; it is clean, sanitary, and sterile. Sterility can also have a negative connotation. Visually, white heightens the illusion of space. White also represents purity or innocence.

Image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

thanks for reading…..

6 Habits for an Extraordinary Life

What paper napkin can reveal about human nature ?

48 thoughts on “Life can be colorful for the blind too.”

  1. Pingback: what 1 thing paper napkin can reveal about human nature

  2. Amazing issues here. I’m very glad to peer your post. Thank you so much and I am
    looking ahead to contact you. Will you kindly drop me a mail?

  3. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I’ve really enjoyed browsing your blog posts. In any case I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again soon!

  4. Cool. I spent a long time looking for relevant content and found that your article gave me new ideas, which is very helpful for my research. I think my thesis can be completed more smoothly. Thank you.

  5. Hi there I aam so excited Ifoind your weeb site, I really found youu by error, while I wwas
    lookiing on Diggg forr something else, Regardlkess I aam
    her now and would justt like to saay many thanks ffor a marvelous poset and a
    all round thrilling blog (I aalso loove the theme/design), I don’t have time
    to go through iit alll at thee minute buut I have bookmarked iit and also arded in yolur RSS feeds, so when I
    haqve tiome I will be back to rdad mucch more, Please doo keep up the greaat work.

  6. I like the valuabe information you provide in yyour
    articles. I will bookmark yor blog and check again here frequently.

    I’m quite sure I’ll leaarn lots of new stiff
    rigyht here! Besst oof luck foor thee next!

  7. Heya i am forr the irst time here. I found thiis board and I find It tryly useful &
    itt helped mee out a lot. I hope too give somnething back and aid others llike you helped me.

  8. What’s up everyone, it’s myy firxt go tto seee at this
    weeb page, and paragraph iis in fact fruitful for me, keep up posting suchh articles or reviews.

  9. Thaanks in sulport of sharing such a fastidious idea, popst is
    fastidious, thats whyy i have reasd it entirely

  10. Hmm is anyone lse having problrms with the pictures
    oon thos blog loading? I’m trying too finhd ouut if its a problem onn my end orr if it’s thhe blog.

    Anyy sugvgestions woul be greatly appreciated.

  11. Hello there! I just wokuld ike too give you a huge thumbs uup foor thee excwllent info you have here oon this post.
    I am comming back to your webb site forr more soon.

  12. The next time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read, but I actually thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you could fix if you werent too busy looking for attention.

  13. You made sone really good points there. I checked onn tthe intsrnet to learn more
    abhout thee issue and founjd mopst individujals will go along wiyh youjr views oon this
    web site.

  14. Grdat blog! Do yoou hage any recommendations forr aapiring writers?

    I’m planning to start my owwn blig soo buut I’m a
    littl lost oon everything. Woulod you recommend starting with a
    frse platform like WordPress or go for a paaid option? There are sso many optoons out there that I’m totally overwhelmed
    .. Anny suggestions? Cheers!

  15. You really mske itt swem so easy with your presentqtion but
    I find thgis tolic tto be reall somerthing whuch I think I woulpd never understand.
    It swems too complicated annd very brooad for me.
    I aam ooking forwsrd for youir nnext post, I will try to get thee hang oof it!

  16. Helklo I am so glaad I fouhnd your web site, I really ound youu byy mistake, while I
    waas searchying on Digg for something else, Anyhow I
    aam here now and woulod just like too say many thankss for a trdmendous post and a aall round exciting boog (I alseo
    love tthe theme/design), I don’t have tie tto read it all aat thhe minte but I have book-marked
    it aand also added in ylur RSS feeds, sso when I
    have tie I will bee back tto read much more, Please
    do keep up the awesome work.

  17. Hi! I’ve been follpowing ylur blog for a while now aand finally ggot the
    couragte to go ahead aand giive you a shhout outt rom Houston Texas!
    Just wanted too mentio eep up tthe goodd work!

  18. Aweesome blog! Do you have anny suggestions for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping tto start mmy own blog ssoon but I’m a
    little lost oon everything. Woujld you propopse starting with a free platform like WordPress oor go ffor a pzid option? There aree soo many choices outt ther that I’m compketely confused ..

    Any recommendations? Thanjs a lot!

  19. Caan I just sayy what a comfort to find someone thzt realpy knows what they are discussing on tthe internet.
    You definitewly realize hoow to brin aan issue to light and make it
    important. More people must read this andd understand thiis side of
    your story. I was surpriised that you’renot more popular ggiven that you mostt certainly have tthe gift.

  20. Your article made me suddenly realize that I am writing a thesis on After reading your article, I have a different way of thinking, thank you. However, I still have some doubts, can you help me? Thanks.

  21. You really make iit seem sso easy with youjr presentation buut I fiknd this tpic to bee reall sommething
    that I think I would nevcer understand. It seems ttoo complsx and exttremely broad for me.
    I am looking forward for your next post, I ill try tto geet thee hang of it!

  22. At the beginning, I was still puzzled. Since I read your article, I have been very impressed. It has provided a lot of innovative ideas for my thesis related to Thank u. But I still have some doubts, can you help me? Thanks.

  23. Thank you for the good writeup. It inn fac was a amusemet accoujt it.
    Loook aadvanced to more added agreeable from you! By tthe way,
    hoow can we communicate?

  24. At the beginning, I was still puzzled. Since I read your article, I have been very impressed. It has provided a lot of innovative ideas for my thesis related to Thank u. But I still have some doubts, can you help me? Thanks.

  25. With havin so much written content do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright infringement? My website has a lot of completely unique content I’ve either authored myself or outsourced but it appears a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my authorization. Do you know any techniques to help protect against content from being stolen? I’d truly appreciate it.

  26. I waas curious iif yyou eer though of changing
    the strucure of your blog? Its very ell written; I love what
    youve got too say. Butt maye you could a litrle more in thhe way of content so
    people couuld connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot oof text
    foor only having 1 oor 2 images. Maybe you couldd
    space it out better?

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *