Tag Archives: justice

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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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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