Tag Archives: discipline

Parable of the child learning to walk

The kingdom of God is like a child learning to walk: At first, she grasps at whatever is in reach, and if it is not solid, she falls. Slowly, she learns what is solid and grasps only those things – … Continue reading

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Similarities to spirit

Flesh, like spirit, is a wondrous thing, says the Lord: It starts weak and becomes strong only when you work © Meisaan Chan

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Ownership

If you do not renounce the world, it will own you © Meisaan Chan

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A gym of sorts

Strength does not come instantly but after repeated tears of muscle fibers and then the sets of repetitions over many weeks and months: This is also true for the spirit for life is calling you to lift, not just once … Continue reading

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On focus

It will be tempting to look away but focus is what focus is, unapologetically © Meisaan Chan

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When walking wisely – or – Strengthening legs

As one leg of the journey ends you are stronger to walk the next © Meisaan Chan

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Samurai litmus test

If you moan about how wisdom comes in fire, if you whine at her hardship, you are not yet a samurai © Meisaan Chan

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