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The Blue Christian Personality

An excerpt from the Colors Tools for Christians book:

If you are old enough to remember the Beatles song: ‘All you need is love,’ or the John Lennon song: ‘Imagine,’ you are well on the way to understanding the life of a Blue. They certainly live the beautiful Bible verse above in thought, word and deeds. Life is lived to the glory of God through helping others and connecting with them in real and meaningful ways. Blues thrive on volunteering in areas where they are making a difference in the lives of others and in creating an inclusive and loving environment of peace and harmony.

Blues are typically unselfish and have a great drive to lend a hand and to contribute to make a small difference in the lives of others. It is something they do with great passion and enthusiasm, especially if the cause or project focuses on people-first areas where they are able to serve others and develop relationships. Blues like to be valued for their unique contribution to a group, instead of being compared to others.

“Each one should test his own actions.  Then he can take pride in himself, without comparing himself to somebody else.”  Galatians 6:4

Blues appreciate how blessed they are and always see the wonders and beauty of the world God has created. They see the good in every person and every situation because of their gifts of love, patience, caring, sharing and being an unwavering fighter for the underdog. This is not learned or something they think about, it is just part of their DNA that they draw strengths and build self-esteem in doing things with others, resulting in feeling included and involved. Every day, in almost every way, Blues really do practice God’s unconditional love for others.

Their drive to care for others and to feel cared about can often result in putting the needs and feelings of others ahead of their own wishes. This makes saying ‘no’ and setting boundaries two of the biggest challenges for Blues who are challenged in acknowledging their own needs and assuring they do take care of themselves. After all, Blues will always turn their spare time into time to spare for others.

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