One day I was speaking with Mary Ann Ryan, owner of Kidz ‘n Kaboodles photography. During our conversation Mary Ann said, “I think our Brain Color personalities are a mosaic.” I loved her unique perspective of our personalities
Below are two of mosaic definitions. The first is a common definition and the second resonated with me because of diversity of our Brain Color Personalities.
I did some further definition research and found a fascinating medical definition for Mosaic:
An individual or tissue containing two or more types of genetically different cells. All females are mosaics because of X-chromosome inactivation (lyonization). Mosaic patterns can affect how genetic disorders are expressed. For example, about 5 percent of people with Down’s syndrome have a mosaic variant, where only some cells have an extra chromosome 21.
Mosaic is a picturesque way to describe our multi-faceted attributes and abilities.
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