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Bowing down

Do not be dismayed at the legions of sand Do not be discouraged at the punishing sun When you feel yourself wail, bow down, bow down: remember where true succor lies © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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Spiritual resilience

I. The desert is not afraid of scarcity welcoming what is II. The cactus does not say to the desert, You deserve more rain! III. The desert does not rely on reserves without, but on with reserves within   © … Continue reading

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The follower

I do not need to see your face; just to know that I am with you the desert shrinks the desert shrinks © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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The alleluia walk

  Gentle, rising sun desert fierce, company strong alleluia, walk     © Meisaan Chan     (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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The meeting place

  I hunger and thirst for you, says the Lord, I crawl through the desert for you, an my only solace is the hope that you’re crawling through the desert for me     © Meisaan Chan

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