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Vulnerability distinctions

There is the vulnerability of weakness and the vulnerability of strength There is involuntary vulnerability and vulnerability fully chosen There is the vulnerability that fragments and the vulnerability that makes whole There is a vulnerability that withers and a vulnerability … Continue reading

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Impenetrable

Their fangs may come out but arm yourself with compassion which is eternally bigger © Meisaan Chan

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Please take off your armor

“Please take off your armor,” God says. “I’m not wearing any,” I say. “Can you feel my touch?” God asks gently. I pause. “No,” I say. “If you want to feel my touch, please take off your armor,” God says. … Continue reading

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To receive the depth of help

Take the barricades down   © Meisaan Chan

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A tornado prayer

When tornadoes strike be my comfort when panic comes be my calm when confusion swirls place me in your earthen safety O Lord, O Lord, O Lord © Meisaan Chan  

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An opening to love

  An opening to love always involves a wall falling down and a total opening means the whole fortress falls     © Meisaan Chan

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