I will let you be happy for a time, where I'll lay lay low. You will start to feel confident, and even comfortable in this new way of life. You'll then get careless and complacent - which is when I'll strike once again.-The Dragon
When things start going good, then is the time that we need to check ourselves. We start thinking we are cured, and the Dragon loves to have us believe so, which is when we let our guard down for an instant and He sneaks back into our lives, helping us to make a quick impulsive decision in hopes of bringing us back into His game; for His game is the dark game. His game involves Opiate, and is a game of possum, where they will lay low, making you believe that all is well for a time; but just when you start getting comfortable, they will snatch you back into their world, putting the venom back into your system.We need to stay grounded, and look to have that quiet strength about us, where we don't get too up, and we don't get too down; where we remain balanced, confident and even poised, ready to deal with all of life's ups and downs, and having integrity in all things; meaning, not taking ourself out of reality, for taking ourself out of reality would mean tarnishing the integrity of anything that we were actively involved in.All things are not meant to be fun, if that were the case we would never know what having fun was even like. When you start realizing that life is full of boredom and downtime; and that boredom and downtime is okay, and apart of life, only then will you come to appreciate all things. You will come to learn to love the downtimes of life, and they won't be looked upon as being boring, cause they won't be boring, they will just be different. There is no such thing as boredom and downtime if you would just look at life through an experience lens, where you see all of life's downtime as a growing experience when experienced clear. We don't grow when we escape; we don't grow when we take ourselves out of reality, for it's during life's downtimes that we actually learn the most about ourselves.