Tag Archives: grieving

The human consolation, I

The maple tree is nakedalmosther last leaves, now browncling tenaciously, a handful on each branch –both a handful of brownand a handful of tenaciousness.I understand, I whisper to themletting go is hard © Meisaan Chan

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Keep it moving

This is your new life, says the Lordso don’t wait for the old one to return;I’m making improvements © Meisaan Chan

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If you cling to old ways

If you cling to old ways you will hurt yourself, says the LordIf you try to control the dance, you will stumble If you open to new ways, you will healIf you surrender to the dance, you will align © … Continue reading

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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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