Tag Archives: forgiveness

The wound

Learning to trust again filling eternal hole with eternal sustenance human desire, divine task © Meisaan Chan

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The power of humility’s absence

Forgiving while still carrying self-righteous indignation is not forgiveness and nor will you heal © Meisaan Chan

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Seventy times seven times

Because he knew that forgiveness can flit away and needs to be anchored and re-anchored and re-anchored © Meisaan Chan

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Litmus test

A more tender heart toward your enemies? You are on the right path © Meisaan Chan

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The apology

“I’m sorry,” says the soul, laying itself open to examination to the beauty, the wounds, the pus © Meisaan Chan

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In the presence of human love

Relief: You will not try to turn me into a version of yourself! I put down my sword and my own heart opens © Meisaan Chan  

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The return

Coming back to me requires no distance to cross only the turning © Meisaan Chan

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