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The Positives Of Purple.

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The Positives of Purple.

For as many years as I can remember, my favorite color has always been Purple.

As one who studies colors and their meanings, I thought I would share some with you.

Purple represents:
Ambition - the will to keep going.
Royalty – of the Kings and Knights of old.
Power – the strength within.
Valor – courage, virtue, and ethics.

But wait, purple is a mixture of others, Red and Blue.

Red represents:
Passion – in what you hold true.
Strength – in ourselves.
Vigor - Physical or mental strength, energy, or force.
Love – to have and share.

Blue represents:
Tranquility – the calmness and peace within.
Patience – a learning experience in itself.
Understanding – from others and of oneself.
Changeability – the moment-to-moment awareness and adjustments we make.

On this new journey in my life, I have given Purple some new meanings.
These may mean different things to you:
Family
History
Unity

The next time you find yourself fortunate enough to catch a Rainbow in the sky, take note. Purple is the last color to show, and the hardest to see. But when it does, the Rainbow is complete.

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