Tag Archives: burden

On the probability that you will need to give it only once

I give my burden to God.“So that’s it?” I ask.“Probably not,” God says. © Meisaan Chan

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The helper

I tried to carry your burden and I fell, crushed I gave your burden to God and all is held © Meisaan Chan

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Empty luggage

What you carry will not feed you the things inside will not protect you © Meisaan Chan

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Slowly, you challenge me to rise above

Slowly, you challenge me to rise above slowly, my soul sloughs off the weight and indeed, I rise © Meisaan Chan

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Heavy luggage

You spend so much energy being afraid, being angry – why carry needless weight? © Meisaan Chan

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You can brace for the storm

You can brace for the storm or move through it, resisting nothing © Meisaan Chan

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When life puts you back at start

Remember: You have different tools © Meisaan Chan

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