the Colors of Emotion

One of the most interesting things that I have noticed throughout the years is that it is not only the color around you but the color you where that can also swing your mood and attitude. Take for example when a woman wears a little black dress, she’s going to feel sexier and more expressive of her sexuality more times than being passive or submissive. Her audience is going to react in the same manner for the same reason, the notion of “the little black dress” will always be reflective upon sexuality.

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Human nature flows from three main sources:
desire, emotion, and knowledge.
– Plato

colors

 On April 5, 1968, an everyday teacher by the name of Jane Elliott would prove to the world how powerful color really was. After the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., many curious students inquired as to why he was killed. Jane Elliott proposed to the students, “Would you like to see how it feels to be a person of color?” the classroom agreed and the Racism Experiment was born. In an all white classroom, the blue-eyed children were made superior to the brown-eyed children. With a little nudging, it did not take long for the blue-eyed students to become bossy, arrogant, superior and for the brown-eyed students to become timid, subservient, inferior. It was a powerful experiment then and remains a landmark in race relations till this very day. However, beyond the racial aspect…

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