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Break this death

My body fears me and I fear my body: Break this death, O Lord © Meissan Chan

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Pare away

Pare, pare away, says the Lord you must pare to reach the fruit and even more to reach the seed © Meisaan Chan

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What I want to fear more

I am still so afraid of the death of ego; help me fear more, Lord, that I leave my path © Meisaan Chan

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We’ll make do

For every hole you have, we’ll make do, says the Lord: For every type of starvation for every type of laceration for every type of amputation we’ll make do: For the end is not the end loss is not loss … Continue reading

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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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When you desire that one thing

When you desire that one thing all other desires are subordinate. This could be the death of you. This could be the life of you. © Meisaan Chan

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Flower bouquet, I

At first, I am overwhelmed by beauty I am blinded slowly, though, my eyes adjust and I start to see the subtle illness the subtle death the subtle imperfection and all of this gives me pause for praise, comfort, and … Continue reading

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