Embrace the Power of Purple
Many may think that purple is simply a shade of color. A mixture that is easily produced by combining the primary colors of Red and Blue. However, upon deeper examination, one often comes to realize that purple symbolizes much more than originally meets the eye. So, what does Purple actually represent?… and how is it that Purple has the ability to harness so much power?
Purple represents life as we know it, or perhaps Life as it is intended to be. It’s a mother’s first touch. Her newborn baby as it’s gently rested in the warm embrace of her outstretched arms. It’s the single tear that rolls down her cheek as she gazes into the eyes of the person she’s just created. Purple is the feeling in her heart, the moment it’s eternally bound to that of the child’s. Purple is much more than a simple secondary color. It’s best described as a raw feeling of emotion, the likes of which can never be faked or fabricated. It, may only be pure and true, resonating from the heart and the soul of those who’ve been touched. Purple is that split second, when a young girls heart melts as he enters a crowded room. It’s the radiating glow that comes from within her as she feels her heart skip with every approaching step that he takes. Purple is the warm ray of sunlight peeking through the curtains as you roll over to kiss the one you love on a lazy summer’s morning. When you feel the Power of Purple it’s both unforgettable and undeniable. It splashes upon you like a tidal wave swiftly sweeping you away to an island of bliss and serenity. The Power of Purple is released as you profess your love through the sacred vows at your wedding. It’s the intimate time, spent with your lover, as you enjoy the long awaited honeymoon of your dreams. Conveyed not through the poetry of words, but instead, interpreted by the heart, when that poetry is set into motion. Its the feeling you get as you witness your child taking their very first steps as if they too were among Armstrong’s Apollo 11 vessel, making history with every step they take. Or the appreciation you have as your closest friend provides you a shoulder to lean on in time of need. Purple is the feeling that aris