Tag Archives: growth

Every step leads to the next

Sometimes it can hurt to be who you are and you might be tempted to hide in the comfort of who you are not – but come out! For being who you are is the first step to healing who … Continue reading

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Compassion is not designed for your comfort

Compassion is not designed for your comfort you need to look again © Meisaan Chan

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Grow, grow, says the gardener

Grow, grow, says the gardener; Let your roots reach deeper into unknown darkness so your branches can reach higher © Meisaan Chan  

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On the way to resilience

Do not run from the exercises that make you stronger Look for them! Jump into them! Claim your gift! © Meisaan Chan

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Similarities to the soul

At first the womb is small, fist-sized and stretches only in the presence of life Note: It does not stretch because it wants to (and the stretching is slow and pained) but that is its purpose: To hold © Meisaan … Continue reading

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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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Casting off

Crutches can help you walk but once you can, they hinder you © Meisaan Chan

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