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A common double error

A common double error is to worship your path and to continue along its semblance even when it’s swerved © Meisaan Chan

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Shadow of God

When light fails you, try darkness; darkness is safe if it is my shadow you are yet close © Meisaan Chan

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Unknowns

You can avoid the darkness all you like but then you avoid deepest transformation © Meisaan Chan

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Peering into the darkness

You strain so hard, peering into the blackness when your only task is to breathe, open-armed, clothed in wondrous dark © Meisaan Chan

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Surprises

All the ways you surprise me, Lord – all the secrets you slowly reveal like jewels, cradled in your opening hand © Meisaan Chan  

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Perspective

Throughout the day, I turned the bouquet of flowers on my desk this way and that, gazing at a different curve of petal, a different spike of leaf: So gently they remind me that beauty is not contained in a … Continue reading

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Icons

Sometimes you need images to get you through and sometimes the images fall apart, leaving you in blackness and sometimes the blackness gets you through © Meisaan Chan

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