Tag Archives: danger

The brazen confirmation

“I want to enter your heart of hearts,” I say. “That is a very arduous path,” God says. “I want to enter your heart of hearts,” I say. © Meisaan Chan

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Safety

Even in the tempest, you are safe; open and see what true safety is © Meisaan Chan

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On resisting the panoply of things

You can go kicking and screaming along your path or you can sling on your backpack and walk it; either way, the distance needs to be crossed © Meisaan Chan

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Waterfall, II

It might be afraid to fall off the edge but its surrender is what makes it beautiful © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)  

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Invitation to the heart

You always have a safe space in me; outside of my heart there is little security so come, my child: come © Meisaan Chan

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A tornado prayer

When tornadoes strike be my comfort when panic comes be my calm when confusion swirls place me in your earthen safety O Lord, O Lord, O Lord © Meisaan Chan  

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Mindfulness

You might not know you’re standing at the precipice if you’re focusing elsewhere © Meisaan Chan   (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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