Tag Archives: imperfection

Considering who’s in charge

If God does not expect perfection in humans why would God expect perfection from religion? © Meisaan Chan

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A note to the observer

Humans bring beauty and mess with them wherever they go so if you happen to see a human, expect it: beauty and mess beauty and mess © Meisaan Chan

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God is love

Humans have the wondrous tendency to make the simplest things impossible © Meisaan Chan

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Companion-choosing

Choose your companions for their wisdom and sincerity and compassion but do not look for perfection, that camouflaged destroyer of love © Meisaan Chan

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In the presence of human love

Relief: You will not try to turn me into a version of yourself! I put down my sword and my own heart opens © Meisaan Chan  

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The meek

No real loss comes with imperfection   © Meisaan Chan

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Belief is a cobblestone path

Belief is a cobblestone path pocked and winding, with many stones missing but still headed toward the center © Meisaan Chan

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