Tag Archives: interdependence

Those who have progressed, I

Those who have progressed choose not the path of independence but interdependence © Meisaan Chan

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Going it alone

How many times we chop of our hands refusing help © Meisaan Chan

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A caution about the altar of independence

This altar might seem like it doesn’t need sacrifices – that it doesn’t need anything, really – but there is something brittle about it, something cold © Meisaan Chan

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By the misty lantern’s light

  By the misty lantern’s light my friends swoop in silence, releasing their catch into my hands; we work together: even the lantern, even the boat there is nothing that is apart   © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: Twisted Sifter)

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