Isaac Barris

I have been reflecting on what real love means.  I am sure that love is the highest power of the universe.   I love the way it feels when I receive it.  I wonder what the paradise the Bible describes will FEEL like to have love without limits.  I see animals and people often limit themselves in receiving love because of fear.  Remove the fear and you have love without limits.

I am only a small person in this world but I certainly know the feeling of love and am convinced that any problem, big or small, can be remedied with it.  Jealousy can rob us of joy and prevent us from seeing the love that is right in front of us.  Jealousy is the root of so much pain.  I can be jealous sometimes of little kids who are learning to speak out of their mouths with so little effort.  I then start to unfavorably compare my ability to speak with my mouth and joy eludes me.

Isaac sitting with BarrisKnowing the future is bright with much promise and hope will give us the positive gratitude needed to win in the battle of our minds and negative influences.  I am challenging all my readers to list three things they are grateful for and send me their comments.  You will encourage yourself with the positive thoughts and also encourage all who read them.

Personally how do you live without limits?  My “easy going” personality is “ok” sometimes,  but I need more “oomph” to motivate me to accomplish more in a day or a typing session.  How do you take what you need and get rid of what you have too much of?  Undertones of what we need are often reflected in the friends or mates we choose.  I am opposite of so many people so I can choose from a smorgasbord of different strengths in people around me.  Nonetheless, breaking the cycle of old habits can be hard.  I only hope I can find a life with out limits in my own wishes and desires, which form my tomorrow.  In regards to our weaknesses, our minds seem to have little restrictions to the amounts we think about.  But somehow the thoughts of a life without limits seems impossible or even naive.  How deceiving this world has jaded our hopes and dreams.

In this world small changes can often have gigantic results.  I remember when I was creeping and crawling everyday to retrain and organize my brain.  The changes in my brain  seemed nonexistent at the time, yet later became evident it was substantial.  I wouldn’t change one meter of that program.  In fact, I have often thought about doing it again to see what results I would get now.    In this world, effort is rewarded by intention.  If intention is pure , then the result is usually positive, even though it may not be evident in the way or time you expected it.  Companies and brains are similar in that it requires management in each department, with our goals managed and met. The real key is to constantly set new levels of goals that push the limits to a place that feels as if you have none.  I would call that a successful operation.  I have had to have a complete restructuring of certain areas of my brain.  Others have had to be replaced with new CEO’s as the previous vision was too limited.  I still need some true internal restructuring in my brain.  People so often only see what is on the outside, so it is up to us to know what needs adjusted and motivated on the inside.  Will peaceful open words leave us motivated to live life without limits in regards to love?  I hope so.  I am trying to remove limits for myself everyday.

I am grateful for the life IIMG_1888 have and long for the day when we can live a life without limits.




Coming up next………”Why I Wear My Headphones”.

8 thoughts on “LOVE WITHOUT LIMITS”

  1. Isaac, thanks for reminding me of 3 things I am grateful for. Sometimes we just get so focused on our everyday activities, that we forget to express our gratitude. I would say # 1 would be that I am thankful for the Ransom that will make all our promises a reality soon. #2 I am thankful for my Beautiful Family who have given me so much Joy & Happiness. # 3 I am thankful that they too look forward to the wonderful future that is just before us! Thanks again for that REMINDER! Meditating on those 3 things, who would’nt be THANKFUL! Love, Grandma Oh, please keep those Blogs coming. You have no idea how many people you are reaching & encouraging!!! Good job, my dear Grandson.


  2. Isaac,
    I read and re-read your blog this morning. I found so many inspiring comments from you and wrote one down to share with others and for my benefit as well. I’ll share which of yours comment is so inspiring.
    So you asked us to share three things we are grateful for. This is tough. I’ve experienced alot of loss in my life so I tend to be overly grateful in the tiniest moments as opposed to ‘things’ persay. At the moment, and after reading your thoughts, I am most grateful for those who have taken the time to get to know me and have shared in the process of both ‘giving and taking’ in our friendship. All too often people become too busy to invest the time yet time is so valuable in relationships. I’m grateful the relationship I now I with my Mom and that I am here for her during her most difficult time in life where she is trying to cope with both finding Jehovah again and learning to live without her Husband. She is stronger than she thinks. And I’m grateful for my Grandmother who has been like a Mother to me all my life and is living her final days. I cherish the moments and feel blessed to have her in my life. She has been such a big influence on my life.
    I don’t take for granted my health and do what I can to stay healthy, but I also know that allowing the positive influences of those around me, along with our Heavenly creator, I can be an even better person not just for me, but those around me. So I am selective with my daily influences because we can be harder on ourselves than we ought.
    My inspiring comment from you is, ‘The real key is to constantly set new levels of goals that push the limits to a place that feels as if you have none’. This is so beautifully thought provoking and it makes me want to push my goals to my comfort zone and keep setting more! I’ve shared this thought. I hope you don’t mind.
    Thank you!


  3. Issac thanks for the reminder that we need to stop and think about what we are grateful for. My 3 things are: being one of Jehovah’s servants, my loving family and friends, and the gift of life. Also thank you so much for sharing your insights… I truly love hearing your thought. Have a great day!


  4. Thank you, Isaac for making me stop and reflect, if even for a moment. I am grateful for my friends, like you and your fam, my family and knowing Jehovah, who made the first two things possible. Won’t the paradise be amazing?! I can’t wait!!


  5. Hello Isaac, I just found your Blog and want you to know that you have encouraged me so much. I yearn to associate with ones who show the kind of love without limits you so graciously and effortlessly share with everyone. Thank you for starting this precious tool of encouragement. Looking forward to reading on. Sending love to you and your Precious Family. Tammy😍


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