Definitions: (1) having striking or spirited elements; vivid; stimulating; (2) full of variety; picturesque; (3) a unique and charming character; pleasantly recognizable

Familial Quality: character

• Why would anyone lie? The truth is always more colorful. — James H. Hall (1933-) American philosopher
• What makes things memorable is that they are meaningful, significant, colorful. — Joshua Foer (1982-) American journalist

Symbol: a rainbow
     Note: One can find the end of a rainbow. Anyone can do it. When you have a large mist of water in front of you and the sun behind, you will see a rainbow. As you walk toward the rainbow circle (all rainbows are circles) will shrink. Each step forward brings the two ends of the rainbow closer together. When you are at the edge of the mist you are standing at both ends of the rainbow! It turns out the “gold” at the end of the rainbow is literally YOU!