Words shape the way we see the world around us. We are a social animal that relies on discussion and interpretation to understand what we see, figuring things out in a kind of committee. Our thoughts are often in language, a Jungian dialogue between our outer and inner selves. There is a rich meaning beyond the simple names that make up our lives like “house” or “car” or “spaghettios”. When events overtake us we need words that describe them such as “Depression” – the alternative is anxiety. Yet choosing the right word with the right color is tricky.