Tag Archives: healing

Even goodness needs to be adapted to

Even goodness needs to be adapted to,when you are used to squalorwhen the patterns of refuse have set in so deepthat you are simply used to throwing yourself away;Even goodness needs to be adapted totake your timestay gentle © Meisaan … Continue reading

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Parable of the woman and the rut

There once was a woman who walked a dirt, circular path, and she walked it so many times that the path became a rut. After many months and years, she wanted to leave the rut, but each step she took … Continue reading

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Parable of the two women and the broken vase

The kingdom of God is like two women who each broke a precious vase. The first woman swept up the shards and threw them away. The second woman wept, then carefully glued the vase back together. It could no longer … Continue reading

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Eternal healing

Why be surprised by my surprises, says the Lord;my healing sinks into all:from the earthquake chasmsto the unseen cracks © Meisaan Chan

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In quickly changing times, be nimble

In quickly changing times, be nimble:A mountain goat, sure-footed and fleet,an expert at finding tiny divots for the hoof and weight;it can’t stay there long, nor does it want to, nor ought –it is designed to move © Meisaan Chan

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Special Announcement: A soothing meditation in coronavirus times

My friends,  My offering to you: Here is a soothing, calming meditation I made that is close to my heart. You’ll see why when you listen to it. Let a tender presence lift you above the unknowns and remind you … Continue reading

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This is who I am today.

This is who I am today.Which might be different than who I am tomorrow.The self can get trapped in rutsor set loose upon the plains, can run wild, free © Meisaan Chan

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One reason to stay by me

I give you life and death according to your needs, says the Lord; when left to yourself, you do not always pursue life and death according to your needs. Stay by me. © Meisaan Chan

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To think that I can be me, just as I am

To think that I can be me, just as I am chips and cracks and glories and all is an incredible thought; it’s like that singular moment where, after wearing shackles you freeze in nakedness, disbelieving your freedom and then … Continue reading

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I can take your seething rage

I can take your seething rage, says the Lord, it will not hurt me; and when you’re empty, in its place I will begin to heal © Meisaan Chan

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