Tag Archives: compassion

The enemy prayer

They may see me as their enemy but may they not be enemies in my heart, for there are only so many chances to love in this lifetime only so many chances to be transformed © Meisaan Chan

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The perpetual lift

Sometimes you protect me from the stupid things I do and other times you expose me, hoping that I learn; both ways are pure compassion, for even when I fall there I am, on the ground and wiser there you … Continue reading

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Rejecting beauty

Why reject my beauty, asks the Creator; from my womb I pushed you out and infused you with my beauty © Meisaan Chan

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Beyond stereotypes

Compassion is not about being nice; compassion is about self-control and using fire to cleanse, not to destroy © Meisaan Chan

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Injury’s tell-tale sign

If you cannot be compassionate look for the wound © Meisaan Chan

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The faith of wound care

Since wounds heal from the inside-out, do not be discouraged if you cannot see the progress; keep cleansing keep vigilant keep watch © Meisaan Chan

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Compassion’s necessary two-way street

Healthy compassion must go both ways, outward and inward: if only outward, you annhiliate the self if only inward, you harden © Meisaan Chan

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