By Kelley Gaskill
From a young age, we start to understand the world around us in terms of bad or good, black or white. In the first 5–10 years of life, we learn several primary colors that will help us navigate in the world. We get to know the colors of love, joy, hope, anger, sadness, and fear. We form opinions and make decisions based on our understanding of the world. As we go along, with all of the ups and downs, we discover more of life’s colors while learning lessons throughout the journey. The colors of life we learn throughout our journey represent how we see, interpret and interact with the world around us.
This week, Kelley visited with David Rogers as he shared some of the lessons learned through his colorful life.