This morning. When i'm in my daddy's car, i suddenly feel i'm the luckiest person on earth.
Ok, no link to what's on the next paragraph. Read on.
There's this black car infront of daddy's car at the custom. I think the owner of the car changed his signal light. The signal light is suppose to be those yellow colour shining light right?
His light is those striking yellow. Like those paint like that. Eh. Super solid yellow.
Super ugly lo.
Ahs. That's not the problem. The problem is i suddenly feel that, it is very hard to describe colour to someone.
We know what someone is saying when they say bright pink or fadey pale pink. That is because we see pink before. But what about those that never see pink before? How are you going to describe the colour to them?
Someone that is not completely blind. Just colour blind. There are some colours that they cannot see. How will that feel..
Let me see, how do you describe a colour to somone ? When i see green colour, i would probably say.. it's the colour of the forest, the grass, the trees or even just point at the green dustbin near the park. But can those that don't know the colour at all know Green ?
In the ride this morning, i kept thinking about that. How to describe colour.
I have a Friend in my secondary school that is colour blind. I think it is really very painful to not being able to see colours. I never asked. I don't know.
My brother's good friend is also colour blind. I didn't know it until recently. But i remember watching movie with him for quite a few times. So it doesn't make a difference?
I really don't know. I want to know. I'll do research.
I went to google search engine. Doctors say that there are many kind of colour blindness. - The most common are red-green hereditary (genetic) photoreceptor disorders, but it is also possible to acquire color blindness through damage to the retina, optic nerve, or higher brain areas.
Based on clinical appearance, color blindness may be described as total or partial. Total color blindness is much less common than partial color blindness. There are two major types of color blindness: those who have difficulty distinguishing between red and green, and those who have difficulty distinguishing between blue and yellow.
Ok. Although i still have no idea to how to describe a colour to someone. But i do gained alot about colour blindness.
Special thanks to wikipedia.
I have a story to tell. I heard the story through FM93.3 . I can't find the story anywhere online. But i shall still tell the story with what i still remember.
It is a short story. I can't remember the exact words. But I'll tell it my way.
There's this class of Primary 3 students. A relief teacher went into the class.
The relief teacher try to calm the hyper active primary 3 students down by asking them a question.
The question is " Class, what do you think are the 7 wonders of the world? "
This question created a silence. And then everyone started taking out a pieces of paper and write that they think are the 7 wonders of the world.
One by one, they start to hand in the paper they wrote their 7 wonders on.
Everyone handed up their paper, except for one student. A very quiet student. His name is Timonthy.
The relief teacher ask " Timonthy, it's time to hand up the paper. " Timonthy shook his head. " Okay, 1 more minute for you. "
The teacher then scanned through the 7 wonders by the students. All the answers were roughly the same.
1. Stonehenge 2. Colosseum 3. Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa 4.Great Wall of China 5. Porcelain Tower of Nanjing 6.Hagia Sophia 7. Leaning Tower of Pisa
The teacher then walked over to Timonthy's desk. Timonthy then asked the teacher. "Why are there only 7 wonders? I think that, in this world, there are more then just 7 wonders." The teacher took Timonthy's paper and read.
The teacher was touched by how naive Timonthy was. Being Naive isn't a bad thing. It shows the innocence and honesty in a kid.
Actually, the story ended with the teacher being touched and cried. And yea.
I really think this is a very nice story. I just didn't say the story with the correct feelings. ahah ! I'm not a good story teller la. I'm a random kid.
Okies. This story is good as, you see. Many times, people usually give the correct and standard answer to a question. For example the rest of the class, yes, the answer they give are all correct.
In alot of cases, many would give answers that are already given to them. But what about the true answers inside of you? You will not voice it out because it is not the standard answer?
I think, Life is not about giving the correct answer. It is about giving your own answer.
-Sigh- Am i making everyone confused and lost again?
Anyways. Ending my post now. Confused or not. Decide yourself. Read again or something. Get your own answer. Lalala.