Category Archives: Food addiction

In all hunger, there is me

In all hunger, there is me: Follow my path and ask yourself what you truly are hungering for © Meisaan Chan

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Gifts of eternal thickness

Somewhere, someone is praying for you, perhaps by name, perhaps in praying for the world; but even if the latter is true, the thing about prayer is that it can never be spread too thin: Somewhere, someone is praying for … Continue reading

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You can be naked here.

You can be naked here. You can be you, unadulterated, beauty and disease, all. You can be naked here. © Meisaan Chan

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When life puts you back at start

Remember: You have different tools © Meisaan Chan

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The spiritual trainer

I am not afraid of fibers tearing, says the Lord that is the only way to strength © Meisaan Chan

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Surfacing peace

Quiet, quiet, O my soul: The thunder rumbles off in the distance and the winds are settling down, the trial has passed and safety rises to the surface: Hush, hush, rest © Meisaan Chan

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From deep prayer

the yellow arrow appears* © Meisaan Chan *On the Camino de Santiago, informal and sporadic yellow arrows mark the path. It takes time and effort to learn how to look for them, how to train your eyes. The yellow arrows … Continue reading

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