It's been a while since we had a good old discussion about the colors and what they stand (or don't stand) for. I've always enjoyed these types of discussion, despite them sometimes getting heated, so here's my attempt to start discussion:
I've been wondering how each color would be at its best. I know this is a bit of a double question, since it can be interpreted to mean how each color sees itself at its best, but also about how you, personally, see a color at its best. I think both answers would be interesting to see.
White itself, would probably see things more strictly. They'd envision a strong hierarchy and more strict rules, and it might want to go above "encouraging".
Blue would probably see improving lives as just a side-benefit, irrelevant to the greater goal of knowing (and being able to control) everything. Blue would see itself at its best when it's advancing to some kind of singularity: rapidly becoming increasingly better/smarter.
Black at its best, in my opinion, is ambitious, but without actively hurting others. They would want to be the best they can be, through far-reaching means, but never putting too much strains on others or on society.
Black would probably think I'm a sissy for caring so much about other people.
I see Red, when it's being the best it can be, as in tune with its emotions, understanding them and being guided by them, without being completely governed by them.
Red might be more impulsive, letting itself be controlled by emotion more.
To me, Green is the hardest color to say something about. I think I see it as trying to maintain a stable and sustainable ecosystem. Not merely maintaining the status-quo, but also letting new things blossom.