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Exhaustion burial

Exhaustion heavy thick layers, cement slowly drying me, crying underneath © Meisaan Chan

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In the midst of rush

In the midst of rush, suddenly the rush stops rushing and I need to decide if I’ll still rush just because there is nothing to stop me or if I will accept the gift © Meisaan Chan

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How hard it is to maintain stillness

How hard it is to maintain stillness but that is where all clarity is found © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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After a long day of being in the zone

Weary, emptied out yet still overflowing © Meisaan Chan

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Going from one thing to another

You can’t wait to leap to the next thing – but my voice settles in the tiny pauses © Meisaan Chan

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Depth

Not all types of rest are created equally some are deeper than others © Meisaan Chan

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It’s amazing what noise covers up

It’s amazing what noise covers up including your one, true self © Meisaan Chan

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