Across various cultures, time frames, societies and groups, colors have always been known to hold certain connotations. Considering it is March and all, I thought I’d take a moment to delve into the symbolism associated with the color green.
Like many colors, if not even all of them, green can suggest concepts with both positive and negative connotations. Here are just a few I could think of right off the bat.
Green is often associated with nature or the environment. After all, don’t we frequently consider things green is they are deemed to be good for the Earth?
Green is frequently a color mentioned with the concept of luck. One simple and timely example is that of the Leprechaun.
Have you ever heard someone say the phase “green with envy?” I bet you have. And we all know that envy isn’t a flattering quality to have.
At times, when someone is young and inexperienced, he or she may be refereed to as green. For example, someone new to a business or job might fit the idea here.
I bet you might have been a bit green yourself when it comes to thinking about all the associations of such a simple color.