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Agenda

Love has no agenda but love © Meisaan Chan

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I know you’re scared, so come to me

I know you’re scared, so come to me take off your armor, disrobe into vulnerability; feel my protection, celestial and free I know you’re scared, so come to me © Meisaan Chan

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The God shelter

Indestructible eternal, placid, soothing; unassailable doors slide open upon the words “Help me” © Meisaan Chan

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You can be naked here.

You can be naked here. You can be you, unadulterated, beauty and disease, all. You can be naked here. © Meisaan Chan

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Why the opening is so important

If you open like a pinhole eternity will wait an eternity’s length to dribble-drabble in; If you open like an earthquake rupture eternity will still take an eternity’s time – but the receiving! The receiving! © Meisaan Chan

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Why the container is so important

A thimble-soul holds a symbol of God A cavern-soul holds a cavern of God A universe-soul holds a universe of God – and of course, there’s always more © Meisaan Chan

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“The tallest point in town”

Birds sitting on church steeple – how easy it is to get higher than humans’ conception of God © Meisaan Chan

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