Tag Archives: love

One way to reduce the false self

The false self loves to gaze in mirrors and multiply; one way to reduce the false self is to reduce the mirrors © Meisaan Chan

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Why you can’t measure my love

Infinity can only be measured when it ceases being infinity: That is why you cannot measure my love for you © Meisaan Chan

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Newborn

As the gaze imprints upon the mind so my voice imprints upon your soul Imprints: Nothing can remove © Meisaan Chan

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the humble god

You can squeeze me into anywhere in your life – I will fit onto the head of a pin – so deep is my desire to be with you © Meisaan Chan

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“I’m very sorry, but I need to go”

Maintaining my equilibrium Meeting my needs Loving myself Being a samurai © Meisaan Chan

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Of course I pull strings, says the Lord

Of course I pull strings, says the Lord; Of course I am for you © Meisaan Chan

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For you, for them

It is an act of compassion to let someone be who they are –the struggle to change someone can be violent © Meisaan Chan

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