DriaTyrai

Notice: When purchasing a balloon(s), typically a weight is attached at the bottom, or we tend to hold on to the end of the string tying it to ourselves. This keeps the balloon(s) grounded. Once the balloon is secure WE tend to feel secure. Do you ever feel as though life is weighing you down? If it isn’t one thing, it’s another. No matter how hard you try, you can’t win for losing? Insecurities caress you, hurt holds you, pain pleases you, guilt surrounds you, shame comforts you, sadness brings delight, selfishness shares with you, depression enlightens, loneliness keeps you company, doubt ensures you, fear keeps you driven, and bondage releases you? If so dysfunction has become normal and is no longer looked upon as wrong, but as right. This is what we have become content with. Dysfunction has become a way of life for us, but why should we allow it to be? Do we have to allow/accept it? The answer is No. Dysfunction is NOT of our father. (God) “For everything God has created is good, and nothing is to be thrown away or refused if it is received with thanksgiving.” (1 Timothy 4:4 AMP) Emphasizing on “For everything God has created is good”. That brings me back to the balloon. We go out and purchase the balloon(s) in seek of enlightenment, keeping hold of it, tying it down with the intent of keeping it for our own delight. Like wise we go out into the world in seek of pleasure (mainly anything that will feed our flesh of its desires) and end up attaching worldly things to ourselves (rather then the opposite way around). When attaching worldly things, we are opening the door for spirits/things such as lust, depression, hurt, pain and etc. to settle in and take root. Or in certain cases, you don’t necessarily have to “purchase” the enlightenment, sometimes it’s given to you. (Ex: attending a birthday party/or event you are bound to be surrounded by balloons.) Be careful who you surround yourself with, the things you do, and/or the places you go, because spirits transfer. Now, get this “we” are the ones who purchased these “things” (or were “given” these “things”) by seeking to please our flesh but when the “enlightenment” begins to deflate so do we. When this begins to happen depression & etc. kicks in. NOTE:Have you ever noticed that when a small child is given a balloon, it doesn’t last long. Either the child causes it to burst or allows it to fly away. Likewise small children (at a very young age) do not surfer from lust, depression, and etc. That is a learned behavior, that can be purchased or given to them later on in life. They are care free, worry free, and pure. So now the question becomes: Why do we hold onto things, worries (balloons) when we were created from the beginning (young age) to be free? Nothing’s stopping you from releasing them. Let the worries, stress, depression, hurt, pain, and anything that is keeping you bound go. Untie the balloon(s). Let them go and remember that their delight is only temporary before deflation! BE FREEEEEEE!!! lol
~Just a thought! DriaTyrai 
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Notice: When purchasing a balloon(s), typically a weight is attached at the bottom, or we tend to hold on to the end of the string tying it to ourselves. This keeps the balloon(s) grounded. Once the balloon is secure WE tend to feel secure. Do you ever feel as though life is weighing you down? If it isn’t one thing, it’s another. No matter how hard you try, you can’t win for losing? Insecurities caress you, hurt holds you, pain pleases you, guilt surrounds you, shame comforts you, sadness brings delight, selfishness shares with you, depression enlightens, loneliness keeps you company, doubt ensures you, fear keeps you driven, and bondage releases you? If so dysfunction has become normal and is no longer looked upon as wrong, but as right. This is what we have become content with. Dysfunction has become a way of life for us, but why should we allow it to be? Do we have to allow/accept it? The answer is No. Dysfunction is NOT of our father. (God) “For everything God has created is good, and nothing is to be thrown away or refused if it is received with thanksgiving.” (1 Timothy 4:4 AMP) Emphasizing on “For everything God has created is good”. That brings me back to the balloon. We go out and purchase the balloon(s) in seek of enlightenment, keeping hold of it, tying it down with the intent of keeping it for our own delight. Like wise we go out into the world in seek of pleasure (mainly anything that will feed our flesh of its desires) and end up attaching worldly things to ourselves (rather then the opposite way around). When attaching worldly things, we are opening the door for spirits/things such as lust, depression, hurt, pain and etc. to settle in and take root. Or in certain cases, you don’t necessarily have to “purchase” the¬†enlightenment, sometimes it’s given to you. (Ex: attending a birthday party/or event you are bound to be surrounded by balloons.) Be careful who you surround yourself with, the things you do, and/or the places you go, because spirits transfer. Now, get this “we” are the ones who purchased these “things” (or were “given” these “things”) by seeking to please our flesh but when the “enlightenment” begins to deflate so do we. When this begins to happen depression & etc. kicks in. NOTE:Have you ever noticed that when a small child is given a balloon, it doesn’t last long. Either the child causes it to burst or allows it to fly away. Likewise small children (at a very young age) do not surfer from lust, depression, and etc. That is a learned behavior, that can be purchased or given to them later on in life. They are care free, worry free, and pure. So now the question becomes: Why do we hold onto things, worries (balloons) when we were created from the beginning (young age) to be free? Nothing’s stopping you from releasing them. Let the worries, stress, depression, hurt, pain, and anything that is keeping you bound go. Untie the balloon(s). Let them go and remember that their delight is only temporary before deflation! BE FREEEEEEE!!! lol

~Just a thought! DriaTyrai 

(will edit later)

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