The ‘Blue’ in School

Blue at sunset Camps Bay

It’s about the way that humans see the world and how until we have a way to describe something, even something so fundamental as a color, we may not even notice that it’s there.

Kevin Loria

I had no idea that the Ancient Greeks had no word for the colour blue until I read a review on one of Brene Brown’s books and there was a reference to Kevin Loria’s article in Business Insider UK. And it seems that these ancient peoples were not alone – Hebrew, Chinese, Icelandic.

And that got me thinking.

I often struggle to find the right language to explain something new.  A new feeling, an epiphany, a breakthrough, a struggle, a re-imagining.

So that’s why this is the School Of Blue.

Blue is the journey. And so this blog is very much about breakthroughs and coming through a space that that is uncomfortable and disruptive.

It is the liminal space of not knowing to the knowing and maybe still not knowing.

© Rick Frame