Normal. I’m sure someone could stick the name of a condition to it and there’s probably pills and/or therapy just for it – but really, as long as it’s not debilitating, it’s normal. I waver back and forth between those as well. Often the weather plays a surprisingly big role and/or food intake and/or sleep and/or water intake. Weird but a lot of our emotions and thoughts do come from our environments as we’re a part of those environments and effected by them.

Normal. I’m sure someone could stick the name of a condition to it and there’s probably pills and/or therapy just for it – but really, as long as it’s not debilitating, it’s normal. I waver back and forth between those as well. Often the weather plays a surprisingly big role and/or food intake and/or sleep and/or water intake. Weird but a lot of our emotions and thoughts do come from our environments as we’re a part of those environments and effected by them.

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The sunny-day sadness thing has a similar supermarket thing I’ve felt and heard others talk about:

Did you ever go into a supermarket and feel depressed?

Its not logical at first: Here you are in the land of plenty. Any food you could want is sitting there and you just have to buy it. It’s not related to money: You can get the feeling when you’re broke or when you have plenty of money.

All I can figure is something like this: “Wow. I’ve arrived Here’s everything I could want and it still didn’t bring me happiness”. — all subconscious of course.

It’s been said that Icelandic families are some of the happiest in the world and the reason is that the environment is so rough on them and living there can be so dangerous that they have to stick together. In short, having problems, working through them, surviving and thriving seem to be keys to that extra bit of missing happiness.

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There’s nothing wrong with you Oro   The first color which you identified as Sinopia is classified as “reddish brown”. But what does orange turn into when it gets darker? Brown. The problem isn’t your eyes: it’s just that these are places where our *categories* of colors break down and stop working right.

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That’s a beautiful color! It’s one of those colors that computers can’t reproduce right. When I tilt my head it goes from a purple color to a deep pink color to a red if I scroll with the mouse wheel. I don’t know what to call it. I’d call it a bright pinkish purple.

Here’s an example of Ultramarine Blue. This one is nice and blue but sometimes images of ultramarine blue look purple or indigo. It’s such a hard color to capture that I bought the powder of the pigment so I could see it in real life It’s a beautiful color in real life

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Oh definitely do it! Pure pigment power is cheap to buy online. I don’t know what to do with my ultramarine blue except look at it sometimes and smile but it makes me smile when I do.

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http://coub.com/view/om12n They probably have cake frosting in that color if you look for it. :) I was so excited when it came in the mail (August 13, 2013) I documented it

I’m going to stare at this for a while: This seems to be the ‘range’ of magenta. Now I can see why I had trouble identifying it (and I guess a lot of people do) — it’s sort of a blue-ish pink but it’s not really blue and it’s not really pin.

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Ah – these make more sense than the one I found. I’m going to try to memorize this because magenta is a color I could never get right. I’d say “pink” and someone would say “No dummy it’s magenta!” and I’d just be standing there confused.

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Ah! so chlorophyll makes energy by the plants from all the colors _except_ green. Plants eat color and green is the waste product.

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