Females are conditioned from birth to live, love and wear pink. Perfectly innocent, innocently provocative. Pink, or “blush” as the softest shade is commonly referred to is popping up everywhere; even the most beautiful bridal gowns now have a blush under lining.
As babies, when parents, family and friends find out the little one is a girl, pink is generally the color they head toward. Years ago it separated the girls from the boys, now anyone and everyone can wear it and love it and honestly, who doesn’t?! Think of all the STUFF with PINK in the name; Pink Floyd, Pink Dot, Pinkberry, Pink Taco, Pink’s Hot dogs, Victoria’s Secret PINK, Thomas PINK and even Pink Eye!
One of the strongest, toughest women today is named PINK. She’s beyond beautiful and talented and as females; that’s what we should head toward!
When “Googling” pink – here’s what came up:
“Pink is the color of universal love. Pink is a quiet color. Lovers of beauty favor pink. Shades of deep pink, such as magenta, are effective in neutralizing disorder and violence. Some prisons use limited deep pink tones to diffuse aggressive behavior. Pink provides feelings of caring, tenderness, self-worth and love, acceptance.”
Put some pink in your life when you want:
- calm feelings
- to neutralize disorder
- acceptance, contentment
Acceptance, contentment – as a human race, that’s really what we yearn for. Wonder what any enemy would do if we showed up in a bright pink tank?! Talk about disarming! Time to lay down our weapons, be it actual or words and surround ourselves (if you haven’t already!) in PINK!
P.S. – took the “What color Sharpie are you?!” quiz on FB and of course, I was pink. What color are you?