Is there still room for peace, given that the technology has bound us closer, and the society empowered us equally to use our voices? Where do we find a stalemate when our beliefs and opinions clash?
Boomers, young adults, and our parents would often ask me, and my cousins a very particular question.
Growing up, I have always been amazed by the stories of gods and goddesses, their image of perfection, and their stories of victor, leadership, and power. However, stories of greed, jealousy, and supremacy are also not new to me.
Some 8 or 9 years ago, I was one of those people who tend to feel stressed when asked about my plans in life. “What would be the trajectory of my career after college, What will I be saving for in the future – If I had made investments already,” or most commonly “What’s my long-term and short-term plans?”
As I reconnect with my colleagues on twitter, I came by a post personifying colors with attributes. It is fascinating how the human mind can come up with so many creative things. But are there any truths to these personifications, or they’re just figments of our imagination for entertainment purposes? If there’s a truth to this, how do we define what color are we?