…find the gray area
A recent study found that seeing black and white can actually make you see the world that way. Not literally, you won’t go color blind, but it will make you judge more harshly.
On that note: Today’s blog is brought to you by the color blue. Because the only judgment we want to see at 2WC is that of the outgoing variety.
True, today could have been brought to you by the color gray (or grey if you prefer), that lovely space between the extremely polar ends of the color spectrum, but don’t you feel calm and soothed right now?
Although as the title suggests, we should pay some mind to that faded black or dingy white. I know you can’t help it, you (and I suppose that includes me too) are hard-wired to pass harsh judgement when faced with the stark contrast of black and white, but pay mind to that hue between the two.
Gray may be a little confusing, is it black, is it white? It is in vogue though, a non-polar neutral. It gives any space and world-view a dash of class. So give gray a try. It’s stylish, fashionable, and fair.
“Seeing Black and White Makes People More Judgmental”: MSNBC
…other black and white alternatives…although you may want to avoid seeing red…