Tag Archives: fatigue

The soul folds over in weariness

The soul folds over in weariness: place me upon your shoulder, O Lord; carry me home © Meisaan Chan

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I still just want to praise you

My heart, too tired for ardent prayer snuggles up to you instead, matches curve to curve for trust is also a form of praise © Meisaan Chan

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Trying to give it to you

I lift up my weariness heavy and dense muscles shake with the lifting © Meisaan Chan

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The Fatigue Prayer

Tiredness crawls beneath my eyelids tightens my jaw: O Lord, be with me now © Meisaan Chan

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Holy fatigue

Holy fatigue: the healing masters at day’s end settling into the heaviness of flesh © Meisaan Chan

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Equilibrium

When the depth of your work equals the depth of your rest © Meisaan Chan  

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Empathy

“I’m sick of people using me,” I say. “They never see me for who I really am.” “Tell me about it,” God says. © Meisaan Chan

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