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Strange safety

Helplessness can be safe being vulnerable can be safe – it depends on who’s hands you’re in © Meisaan Chan

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The slowness of awareness

How much quicker it would be to run through my life numb! How much time it takes to be alive! © Meisaan Chan

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Throughout the journey

Throughout the journeyyou will stumbleyou will climb;the fall is not badthe ascent is not good:Listen! © Meisaan Chan

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The promise

I will lead you through the fireand bring you to the resting place © Meisaan Chan

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The parable of the two women climbing the mountain

The kingdom of heaven is like two women climbing a mountain. The first woman made it all the way up to the top; the second woman stumbled and fell the whole way. On the way back, they both died and … Continue reading

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When the world stops spinning

When the world stops spinningand you and I meet at lastI, in deficit, without shoes and starvingYou, abundant:Finally, in stillness,I accept what you’ve been trying to give © Meisaan Chan

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The partnership

If you want me to heal you,you must work

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