Red has more emotional associations than any other color. This fiery hue is linked to passion, love and desire, as well as power, anger or rage. Red is inherently exciting and naturally draws attention
Aug 18...(prompt...3 gifts red, read, written) *red roses...so beautiful and filled with meaning!!
July’s Birthstone – Ruby In Sanskrit, ruby is ratnaraj, meaning ‘the king of gems’ and with that undeniably mesmerising hue of red, it’s not hard to see why. Ruby is formed when the mineral corundum is mixed with chromium to create the unique rich red colour for which it is famous.
Red is a colour with variable meanings influenced by history and culture worldwide. In China, red is associated with good luck, happiness, vitality and marriage. In some African countries, such as Burkina Faso, red is explicitly negative. In Russia, red is associated with political stances and the military due to its connection to communism. The sparsity of these couplings of red and its meaning throughout the world is largely due to cultural connections made long ago that have remained…