If you’re like many of us, you spent your high school years moaning and groaning about the required language courses that you needed in order to graduate, whining as you fumbled your way through grammar lessons, pop quizzes and -- the worst! -- oral exams.
The world is your intellectual wilderness. You are an explorer traversing foreign terrain, taking with you new information and interests as you would exotic flora or a strange insect. Formal education has nothing to do with it – education and knowledge aren’t necessarily synonymous. Refining
There was a long stretch in my childhood when a book rarely left my grasp. A constant companion on road trips, lazy afternoons on the porch, and late night reading marathons, I devoured books with imaginative fervor.
At some point, there was an elemental shift.
Continued from Color-Ful, a guide to practical color psychology.
Associations: Intellectual thinking, confidence, laughter, youth and promise of better times to come.
Effects: Makes one more alert, decisive, and organized. Can help to make better choices as well as understand others points of view.
Physical Effects: Stimulates the brain,