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Emerald, pea, olive, grass, leaf, charteuse, lime green, forest green, seagreen, dark olive, green-yellow, spring-green and khaki. Green is the colour of growth, spring, rebirth and renewal. It restores us and renews us, and those with depleted energy are revived with green. It brings us a sense of well being. It brings a sanctuary from the strain of today and renews our sense of personality. Green as a colour to wear can mean calm and kindness, compassion and generosity. You are good to have around in a crisis if you are dressed in green! Think of Robin Hood. In the west, green is a colour of luck and freshness and calm, and in China and Japan, green is the colour of new birth, youth and hope. But a green hat in China can be a symbol of infidelity.

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