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After that great opening speech from our leader, Michelle. I think the color symbolizes our choices. Today I chose to wear a brown dress. Still quite dull, but I brought a dress that is brown and turquoise. It's colorful. The brown is not over powerful. There was another dress that was quite colorful, but I felt self-conscious about wearing it. I'm moving into my color. But it's not my favorite color which is pink. It's like a peacock. Lots of colors. There are every where. Colors represent people too..I'm not talking about our nationalities but I'm talking about our dispositions. There are people that are sad all the time, there are people who are severely depressed, there are people who are happy all of the time. So we chose the people we want to have in our lives too. Do we want support or do we want people that undervalue our natural feelings. The choice is up to us. But the realization that we have a choice is half the battle. We do have have choices. So let's use our choices to enhance our lives and just maybe our color will manifest in our souls mad will shine everywhere we go. That's my hope for us.

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