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What is the color of sadness?

Gray, rainy November… Sometimes when the bleak sun rises in the sky, or when the raindrops knock the window, or when the stars rain falls from the sky, sadness swells in the soul, like a mournful melancholy melody, unspeakable anguish, and heartache that cannot be suppressed.

The philosopher Baruch de Spinoza has described sadness as the transition of a person from great perfection to a smaller one. But times change, thinkers complement each other,  but sadness does not diminish.

Just some emotions are so powerful that they break us down, whether they are good or bad.

So let’s notice the sadness it in the eyes of the friend, feel it in his heart and pave the road to the sunlight there.

Fortune, 2009

  • Do you recognize well emotions of your friends?

    • Yes
    • No

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  1. To me, the color of sadness is black. The picture that you have shared connotes peace and tranquility. I know a gloomy day could mean sadness for many people. But when we live in a place where the Sun roasts us 24 X 7, 365 days a year, a gloomy day brings cheers:-)

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