Category Archives: God speaks poetry

The root of evil

Do not put words in my mouth, says the Lordthat is the root of evil © Meisaan Chan

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Through the eye of a needle

Those who refuse to changecannot follow me © Meisaan Chan

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Counterfeit food

It promises to fill you,but my love, you are eating stones © Meisaan Chan

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Different ground

Walk on trustdifferent ground © Meisaan Chan

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Because sometimes the night is eternal

Do not fight the dark– it is what it is –let your eyes adjust and stretch out your armsfor I do not need light to be seen © Meisaan Chan

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Keep it moving

This is your new life, says the Lordso don’t wait for the old one to return;I’m making improvements © Meisaan Chan

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The fear paradox

It is certain that fear is limitless, says the Lordyet it finds its end in me © Meisaan Chan

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The twisting path: When there is no precedent

O, how the path twists!Have confidence not in what has gone before;have confidence, instead, in me © Meisaan Chan

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5 Calming Meditation-Mantras for Anxious Times

A deep happiness! This is my first published spirituality article: “5 Calming Meditation-Mantras for Anxious Times,” by Meisaan Chan. The article integrates simple relaxation meditations with body somatics (what I call “embodied meditations”), which has been an increasingly critical tool … Continue reading

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Refusing to be stopped

“It’s so dark, I say to God.“Leading is my specialty,” God says to me © Meisaan Chan

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