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Security

Insecure your world is no more: So do not run to the world, run to me © Meisaan Chan

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Do not discard dreams that die

Do not discard dreams that die return them to earth for they keep the soil fertile for new seeds © Meisaan Chan

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Being who you are must involve loss

Being who you are must involve loss acknowledging that you will not be who they want you to be © Meisaan Chan

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One way out of wallowing

Yes, it’s muddy and sometimes your face is right in it but don’t lose hold of your curiosity or you might miss it © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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The bittersweetness of moving forward

Deciding to move forward is deciding to leave it behind so do not be surprised should you grieve while walking into the light © Meisaan Chan

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Taking up so much space

Self-pity blunts blessing desensitizes the spirit covers over the sun © Meisaan Chan

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The messiness of healing

The faint of heart will never heal for healing involves pus and discoloration and oozing: pray for the courage to tend the wound © Meisaan Chan

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