Red: status seeking, always right. Blue: Judgemental, everything must be fair. Yellow: People person, life must be a party. White: laid back non confortational, easy going, get along. We all have a dominate color, some have a smaller percentage of another color mixed in. I’m redder than red, just ask my judgemental wife!
Don | Email | Homepage | 09.21.04 – 1:16 pm | #
My wife’s a definite red. I’m yellow with perhaps some blue thrown in.
danithew | Email | Homepage | 09.21.04 – 2:14 pm | #
You just showed why whites really are the best personality to be
Are you asking if personalities matter or that we need to point out the differences in our personalities?
Also, What does Da Vinci have to do with it?
Bret | Email | Homepage | 09.21.04 – 9:54 pm | #
I like to think of Christ as the perfect mix of the positive aspects of all four colors, displaying characteristics of the appropriate color(s) at the appropriate times. And I like to think we ought to be striving to achieve that “color balance” in our own lives, at least regarding the positives of each color.
When you asked if colors really matter, I thought you might mean in art (such as da Vinci’s). In that case, of course they do. For centuries — if not longer — certain colors have symbolized or at least indicated specific ideas: white = peace, green = nature, purple = royalty, red = blood or passion, and so on. Artists across the ages have undoubtedly utilized color to convey unspoken messages.
Amy | Email | Homepage | 09.21.04 – 11:51 pm | #
I’m definitely a periwinkle.
William Morris | Email | Homepage | 09.22.04 – 12:45 pm | #
I’m almost exactly half red and half blue–you think that’s tough between you and your wife, imagine having it in your own head all the time!
Kristine | Email | Homepage | 09.22.04 – 10:28 pm | #
I’m a white/yellow, my hubby is a yellow/red. Fun combo for a marriage! I think that anything like the color code, or other fun personality tests, can be helpful in relationships. I don’t think that you have to change who you fundamentally are, but it helps you to understand why other’s do what they do.
Aimee Roo | Email | Homepage | 09.24.04 – 12:33 am | #