Tag Archives: limitations

When you are empty

Finite creatures always hit empty!That is not doom, that is the path!But where do you go to fill?Your answer determines everything © Meisaan Chan

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Whatever you give me, I will fill

Whatever you give me, I will fill: if you give me a corner of your house, I will fill it – but do not think I only fit in a corner of your house! If you give me an ocean … Continue reading

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The limits of resilience

It doesn’t matter how thick or dense is the wood if it is exposed to fire long enough it will burn turn to ash © Meisaan Chan

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That path has already been forged: On love and reciprocity

Reciprocity is not necessary, says the Lord if it were, the human race would not be loved: truly and longly, I loved you first © Meisaan Chan

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Patch of sky

  When my little patch of sky is the only thing I see many times it’s because I’m only looking down   © Meisaan Chan   (photo credit: Twisted Sifter)

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