Tag Archives: blindness

Parable of the woman and the bag of gold

There once was a woman who discovered a bag of gold and who ran through the streets with it shouting, “This is not gold! This is not gold!” © Meisaan Chan

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Comforting blindness

You are not supposed to see in the Deepif you can, you are not deep enough © Meisaan Chan

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The goal is not to know my will

You truly do not know my will, says the Lord,you who sees the speck –so the goal is not to know my willbut to do my willwhich can be done in blindness © Meisaan Chan

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When unbalanced

Everything that doesn’t matter takes up so much space! – So you cannot see what does © Meisaan Chan

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Only when you ask

I do not direct your life, says the Lord – you do. I follow. Until that moment you ask me to lead – then I do. Then you follow. But I lead only when you ask. © Meisaan Chan

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To be forged

To be forged is to be shaped into the shape the Lord desires: Shape me then, Lord! What do I know? © Meisaan Chan

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Plan K

God often works through Plan B and even more often works through plan K © Meisaan Chan

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I travel the world looking for my love

I travel the world looking for my love;in airports, on the streets of VeniceI constantly refresh my browser, aching for just a glimpse of your face, aching for the ways you bend delight into the curvature of my heartand how … Continue reading

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Religious infighting

While the adults squabble the children walk away © Meisaan Chan

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The nature of holes

The more the holes, the slower the pace because you have to walk around because you keep falling in © Meisaan Chan

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