Tag Archives: justice

Parable of the woman who believed all was One

There once was a woman who believed that everything was One and so she stopped caring about suffering or injustice or the desecration of the earth. Instead, she sat on her meditation cushion and listened to the screams coming in … Continue reading

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Toxic masculinity will recede

Toxic masculinity will recede when men make love to me and learn the truth of power © Meisaan Chan

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Dual vision

If you spend all your time focused on unity you will never see the reality of division; if you spend all your time focused on division you will never see the reality of unity © Meisaan Chan

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The quickest way to exhaustion

The quickest way to exhaustion is to fight for justice alone © Meisaan Chan

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Credo

I believe in jesus who prioritized wholeness and healing of skin and mind and womb over political institutions and the institution of the tabernacle; I believe in the man who came to preach the way of death as the way … Continue reading

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In the face of injustice

Get creative: Resistance can take infinite forms © Meisaan Chan

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Standing up for what is right

Standing up for what is right can be one of the hardest things to do, except for sitting down and letting injustice prevail; to live with yourself, that can be harder © Meisaan Chan

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