בְּ רֵ אשִׁ ית : *בָּ רָ א * אֱ הִ ים הַ שָּׁ מַ יִ ם הָ אָ רֶ ץ וְ אֵ ת הָ אָ רֶ ץ
Functionality of words and applications in a 3 diminsional states of cogent thoughts.
*Objects occupying Space and Time*
When you decide to cruise into the Old Testament you are going to run across words that will not make sense to you. When you see a word like the heart you have to think in terms of functionality of, they object in question then think in terms of existential spirituality as it applies to you as an individual.
We in this modern age think in terms only of functionality of an organ. The ancients thought in terms of emotional intellectual moral activity. If your heart is broken then you need to heal your heart first.
We think that the mind is the center of our emotional activity that controls rational and irrational of our everyday activities. In the days of the ancients they did not divorce the two.
The heart was seen as the seat of your emotional activity and if you had a broken heart your quality of life would be diminished slowly ebbing away every day slipping into the darkness of the oceans.
You look in Deut. 30: 14 it tells you that the words are very near your heart. What we have in our hearts will control our emotional activities for the day.
Looking at the verse below 14, Deut. 30:15. and it reads I…. [Replace the word I with your name] …. set before me this day life and good or you set before your death and evil. So it is giving you choices to make what words to use that have a functionality to your emotional state for the rest of the day.
You can write blogs and I see it all the time from young ladies. I woke up feeling depressed discussed it with my friend now you have someone else depressed and then you feed your depressions to other young people that read your blogs.
That is self-defeating. We all have the ability to create our worlds that we live in on an individual application. By understanding the functionality of words and their spiritual applications and applying them to yourself.
You wake up in the morning and you go to your closet to pick clothes to wear and all you have is Depressed clothing and its accessories i.e.;
sad, saddened, unhappy, gloomy, glum, melancholy, miserable, sorrowful, dejected, disconsolate, downhearted, downcast, cast down, down, crestfallen, woebegone, despondent, dispirited, low, low in spirits, low-spirited, heavy-hearted, morose, dismal, desolate, weighed down, oppressed; tearful, upset, broken-hearted; disheartened, discouraged, daunted, pessimistic; informal blue, down in the dumps, down in the mouth, fed up, moody; literary dolorous, heartsick, heartsore.
Or you can look in the mirror when you are fixing yourself up and look at that young lady looking back at you. Stare into her eyes and you will see she is at rest, quite and at peace with herself.
Tell her I might be a diamond in the rough but I have a lot of facets to me that need to be shined up. Go pick out some nice clothes to wear like, nice i.e.;
enjoyable, pleasant, pleasurable, agreeable, delightful, satisfying, gratifying, acceptable, to one’s liking, entertaining, amusing, diverting, marvelous, good; bonny, ire; lovely, great; neat.
When you are putting your makeup on instead of using commercial products pick up the word in your eyes, I am beautiful i.e.;
attractive, pretty, good-looking, nice-looking, pleasing, alluring, prepossessing, as pretty as a picture; lovely, charming, delightful, appealing, engaging, winsome, gorgeous, heavenly, arresting, glamorous, irresistible, bewitching, beguiling; graceful, elegant, exquisite, artistic, decorative, magnificent; bonny;, tasty, divine, knockout, fanciable, easy on the eye, smashing, foxy, spunky;
You clean out your wardrobe and wear words and makeup that are functional in the spiritual realm where you came from.
Look at the young lady in the mirror and tell her, Failure is not an option, look at her eyes , her eyes will not lie to you.
I would recommend that you follow this link; Sandra Into the Light Adventures.
‘”to heal instead of becoming bitter so you can act from your heart, not your pain. ”
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