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My Favourite Colour

God created this world beautifully and endowed earth with various colours which ranges from yellow, green, blue, white purple, red, pink.

Colour can serve as a symbol of various culture and personality. The symbolic representation of colour pertaining to an individual is very interesting. My favourite colour is green which is the colour of life, nature, fertility, energy and environment.

Green is everywhere, it’s nature and I think it’s the most common colour in the world since we are surrounded by nature,”the plants” it’s the colour of balance that gives us ability to love unconditionally.

Do you know your favourite colour? Here are some colour representations according to my findings in Google:

Red: colour of fire and blood, it’s associated with war, danger, strength, passion, desire and love.

Yellow: colour of sunshine associated with joy, happiness, energy and cheerful things, children most especially love this colour.

Blue: colour of the sky and sea associated with depth and stability, and symbolises faith, truth, confidence and wisdom.

Purple: colour of royalty, symbolises nobility, luxury, power, creativity and magic….interesting colour.

Green: colour of nature as described already.

Pink: it’s a delicate colour that is associated with romance, nice, cute, sweet, little girls, flowers and universal love of oneself and of others.

White: associated with purity, peace, cleanliness, and light. White depicts faith and conqueror of darkness…that’s according to Eddaz…

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Should We Have Values To Live By

Should we have values to live by?

Values are things we believe are important to us and will do a lot to maintain as part of our daily lives in respect to culture, family, work, religion, habits e.t.c

Do you have values; Good question isn’t it? A lot of us don’t know if we have values much less living by one. Some organisations have one and I bet most of their staff don’t understand it. I have looked around me for years and seen that a large percentage of humans all over the world have no values they live by, some are aware but just don’t give it any thought as to how it will reflect and improve their life so they forego it.

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Should we have values to live by

There are so many values to live by as mentioned above and much more, let’s start by picking one of them and see the results, call it a test and see if you pass.

Should we have values to live by? My answer is a big yes. Why? Growth, awareness, love, standard, measurement of success, corrective measures. Having one or two helps us have all these.

What are some of the values I live by? Family value is one thing I don’t take too easily, it’s very important to me, it contributes to growth and love in my life, I can’t live without family values. My cultural values is placed highly too, I can’t forget who I am and where I’m from, it keeps me focused and level headed.

Should we have values to live by?

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The Beauty of My Culture

The generational values sublimed in the ethical region,

manifestation of the randomness within; born inside of me.

The driving force of the cluster of togetherness resulting from

the inner mind of my people. The values of my societal knowledge

hatched as a beauty into my daily life, manifesting into streamlines

of concurrences to be recognised. Perception generating from the

stranger with the practice of my culture; thoughts flowing from him

of the weirdness of it. The mental attitude of it that he understands not.

 For in him is ignorance and fear of what is not understood. The flawlessness

of my practice is undeniably beauteous. Enchanting the senses of old and

new generation; with the driving force of never letting go.

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