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Gifts of eternal thickness

Somewhere, someone is praying for you, perhaps by name, perhaps in praying for the world; but even if the latter is true, the thing about prayer is that it can never be spread too thin: Somewhere, someone is praying for … Continue reading

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Love/hate gods

I The body is God’s temple yet how often it is hated II The body is God’s temple – but note: It is not God – yet how often it is worshiped © Meisaan Chan

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When life puts you back at start

Remember: You have different tools © Meisaan Chan

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The opposite of falling

You caught me again as I was falling, falling through the jagged sky of my past; it was you who bore my weight and gently laid me upon a soft, mossy bed; It was you who lulled my breathing and … Continue reading

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The soul folds over in weariness

The soul folds over in weariness: place me upon your shoulder, O Lord; carry me home © Meisaan Chan

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Missing you

Absence: the place where comfort used to be © Meisaan Chan

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The small moment

I give you a small moment for you to catch your breath; please, do not use it for distraction © Meisaan Chan

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