wanderingback asked: I don't think the color thing is true for a variety of reasons. First off, we understand when colors match. Like we can tell when someone is wearing a matching outfit. It is somehow pleasing to the eye. We could just be conditioned, but we all find beauty in symmetry without being trained to do so, so maybe it's the same with colors. Also, I think the rainbow in general is a decent argument against it.
Nevertheless, I’ve made myself cry thinking about it; not because I do or do not think it’s true, because it’s entirely possible for both sides, but because I don’t have the mental capacity, attention span, or the resources to figure it out. No one may figure it out in my lifetime, or even ever for that matter, and that is truly frustrating.
But I can definitely see how the theory isn’t correct. The rainbow is a perfect argument. But then I also can see how we can be trained to call colors a certain name and know what to match it with. I see stuff like that with my mom’s kinder kids.
“The music is played with the heart and is felt with the soul”
This is a picture of a brazilian kid who was part of the “cultural group of reggae”, playing his instrument in the funeral of his mentor who saved him from an environment of poverty and crime. He was rescued from the street.
can’t not reblog.
This summer is going to be the best summer of my life….NOT! -_-