Category Archives: haiku

Spiritual surrender

SurrenderI cannot make happensand through fingers: Grasp harder, lose faster © Meisaan Chan

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The path ends at the edge of a cliff

The path ends at the edge of a cliff.The path has not ended, the Lord says to me.This is where you jump © Meisaan Chan

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How compassion protects you – or the nature of the human heart

When you are filled to the brim with compassionyou cannot ingest their poisonfor there is no room left The moment you decide to ingest some of their poisonsome compassion will come outfor there is no room left © Meisaan Chan

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On finding home

If you seek a home without any shadow side,you are seeking a spiritual home, not to be found on this earth.Rejoice! You are clarifying your intent !© Meisaan Chan

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A cardinal’s call stabs at the air

A cardinal’s call stabs at the airblue shining skywind blows right through © Meisaan Chan

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The Voice in the chaos

I simplify all things, says the Lord:Love © Meisaan Chan

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Rubble all around

Rubble all aroundkingdoms fallennow see me © Meisaan Chan

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Why Jesus was male – or – the female equivalent

He said, “This is my body, take and eat.”She would have said, “This is my breast, take and suck” –too powerful, too radical, too mind-blowing:The one they would accept had to be tamer © Meisaan Chan

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The role of fear

Fear can be a good guidebut never let it drivefor it will not take you where you truly wish © Meisaan Chan

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The long recovery

Pain is insidious –you must push the healing deepdeep deep deep deep deep © Meisaan Chan

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