Tag Archives: justice

The unseen moment

There is a surprisingly thin line between the fight for justice and the fight for vengeance and how often this line is crossed © Meisaan Chan

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An argument for tenacity

Injustice rarely disappears at the first pass; if it did, there’d hardly be any injustice © Meisaan Chan

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Beyond stereotypes

Compassion is not about being nice; compassion is about self-control and using fire to cleanse, not to destroy © Meisaan Chan

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The darkness is easy to dispel, says the Lord

The darkness is easy to dispel, says the Lord: one little light and it is gone – but the shadows! The shadows! © Meisaan Chan

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Be vigilant

Be vigilant: vengeance can warp justice © Meisaan Chan

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The challenge

Love would rather die than seek vengeance © Meisaan Chan

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