Tag Archives: change

My eyes had been so closed

The trees startled me with yellow –I didn’t realize it was that time again,my eyes had been so closed © Meisaan Chan

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When the path swerves

When the path swervescheck to see it’s still my pathfor it will always lead you home;if the path is not my pathno amount of journeying will do © Meisaan Chan

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In quickly changing times, be nimble

In quickly changing times, be nimble:A mountain goat, sure-footed and fleet,an expert at finding tiny divots for the hoof and weight;it can’t stay there long, nor does it want to, nor ought –it is designed to move © Meisaan Chan

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Because you’ve relinquished control

When you decide to enter the cove of God expect to be carried away © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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One indication of growth

One indication of growth is when the nature of your problems change © Meisaan Chan

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The fullness of transformation

The fullness of transformation always requires surrender © Meisaan Chan

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Keep digging, God says

Keep digging, God says until you hit bedrock then, exchange your tools © Meisaan Chan

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November rain

  November rain almost snow but still with freedom to run   November snow just was rain wet with transformation     © Meisaan Chan

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