Another week, and another letter. This week we focus on C.
C is for Compassion and courage..
As we make connections with people, we come to care for them and show compassion. It takes courage to love, to share our lives and hearts with others. It also takes courage to live an honest, compassionate life, one where others are treated with respect and dignity.
In this day and age, we need both compassion and courage – to face down the hate, the bigotry that surround us.
There are many role models for us to be inspired by: – Nelson Mandela, Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King Jr., Desmond Tutu, Anne Frank, Helen Keller, Eleanor Roosevelt ,Princess Di, Jimmy Carter.
Step up. Actively cultivate compassion and courage. Make our world a better place.
The combination of colors make other colors. On the ROY G BIV scale, red and yellow make orange, yellow and blue make green, and blue and red make indigo and violet.
But in mixing of pigments or dyes for printing, the primaries normally used are cyan, magenta, and yellow. And for additive combination of colors, as in overlapping projected lights or in CRT displays, the primary colors normally used are red, green, and blue.
In any case, here are some color songs, with links I HOPE work in your country:
Fancy Colours – Chicago
Red Rubber Ball – the Cyrkle
Orange Crush – REM
Mellow Yellow – Donovan
Green Tambourine – Lemon Pipers
Blue Bayou – Roy Orbison
Mood Indigo- Ella Fitzgerald
Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix Experience
Brown-Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Whiter Shade of Pale – Procol Harum
Black is Black – Los Bravos
Touch of Grey – Grateful Dead
End Round 22 is on its way, this week we are at the third letter; the C.
Visiting some friends and whilst admiring their garden, I saw their pond.
For 22-C, I’ve found this one:
Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-day / – week!
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫
I’ve been doing the ABC Wednesday thing for quite awhile. I just stopped being the administrator after five years.
My wife and daughter knew that this was “something” I participated in, but they didn’t seem all that interested. And that was all right.
So I was surprised when, about a week after the end of Round 20, the Daughter opened up the cold oven and brought out this: