Rajan’s balloon

“I am so much more than a little red balloon”

Without him, we all wouldn’t meet here.

I am talking about the creator of this amazing platform – Rajan Thomas.

To exchange ideas and news, we often use Facebook chats for a quick exchange.

I don’t know about you, but I like to use emojis and so does Rajan.

And what he is always using is a nice red balloon.

First I thought “Oh, how cute, this little balloon.”

But the last time he added, “Let’s fly high and inspire the souls around us.”

This is what I call “The universe is always winking at us.”

From this moment on this balloon isn’t a cute little balloon anymore.

It stands for so much more.

My first AHA moment was…yes, this is what happens when we fill someone with inspiration…it’s like filling a balloon with gas. We fill it, then we let go and the balloon/the person can rise. Up, up in the sky…..

So now Rajan’s balloon is now for me a reflection of how true inspiration works:

First: we fill up

Second: we let go – very important and often very hard for people

Third: the rising…we, ourselves elevate above the ground, get a better overview on the one hand and at the same time, we are more likely to be seen by others. So perhaps we inspire someone as well to rise…and so on.

What a wonderful wink of the universe. Thanks to Rajan’s balloon.

So have your eyes and ears open – sometimes, better to say very often, it’s about the little winks which will bring you the greatest gifts.

So supported by Rajan’s balloon, I was just inspired to write the next post about “Motivation and Inspiration are not the same.”

May you all stay blessed, happy and healthy.

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4 thoughts on “Rajan’s balloon

  1. Simply inspiring Sophia Yes at some point or the other we all need motivation to walk, to run, to grow… People like you and Rajan are doing this work selflessly… May God always kind souls like you….

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. Highly appreciated. Very happy that we can inspire you and other people – that’s what we are here for.

  2. Yes, I agree with what you said about Rajan and the red balloon. This is a wonderful article! Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

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