Tag Archives: identity

Balance

The space of self is hallowed, not to be denied; the space of “us” is hallowed, not to be denied © Meisaan Chan  

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Non-self

I am not my race. I am not my income. I am not my education. I am not my culture. I am not my body. I am not my identity. © Meisaan Chan

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Pure courage

The self can be overtaken what is Beyond cannot – root yourself in this © Meisaan Chan

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The waiting door

Exploring your identity is to know what glowing stuff you’re made of, and where it comes from, and why, and how: the path always pushes deeper inward until you come to the waiting door © Meisaan Chan

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God-identity

There is a world of difference between superhero and God yet strangely, these get confused © Meisaan Chan

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Identity

“Who am I?” I ask the Lord. “Who am I?” the Lord asks me.   © Meisaan Chan

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