Category Archives: Food addiction

The perpetual lift

Sometimes you protect me from the stupid things I do and other times you expose me, hoping that I learn; both ways are pure compassion, for even when I fall there I am, on the ground and wiser there you … Continue reading

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One pathway there

Testing leads to trust trust leads to following following leads to submission submission leads to a million glowing stars © Meisaan Chan

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That feeling that something is missing

If something is missing, come first to me, God says and I will fill every hole; or you can come last to me and I will still fill every hole, but there will be many more of them © Meisaan … Continue reading

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The choice

No one can make you resilient; you must do it yourself © Meisaan Chan

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A prayer when in shards

O God of union heal my fragmented soul for eternity is but one everlasting yes and I, in shards, am far from it © Meisaan Chan  

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All the ways you comfort me!

All the ways you comfort me! All the ways that words become hands and hands become sweet, soothing balm, all the ways word becomes flesh © Meisaan Chan

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Practicing focus is the practice of sacrifice

To sacrifice the moment’s gratification for something bigger is a practice that strengthens the soul a type of burning, brandishing fire © Meisaan Chan

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