Tag Archives: healing

A note to the pocked heart

Compassion fills whatever holes resentment makes © Meisaan Chan

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Litmus test II

True healing leads to compassion; be on watch for imitators © Meisaan Chan

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Open wounds

For most if not all of your life, you will have open wounds so it is of utmost importance that you learn how to tend © Meisaan Chan

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Even if I am filled with disease, will you please still touch me?

Please, Lord: Even if I am filled with disease, will you please still touch me? I will touch you until you are healed disease cannot repel me I have frenzied love for you © Meisaan Chan

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Silence, says the soul –

Silence, says the soul: stop the noise stop the stopping until all is stopped © Meisaan Chan

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Old wounds

When you find the source of your wound, tend gently but firmly for old wounds tend to re-break open, the scar being thin and thick © Meisaan Chan

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On disease

Disease cannot repel the Lord; in fact, that is the invitation © Meisaan Chan

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