Tag Archives: mercy

Compassion withers when it is retained

Compassion withers when it is retained and flowers when passed along – and for those who do not deserve it, compassion bursts into a million blooms © Meisaan Chan

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The promise

There is always more compassion, says the Lord: When the well dries up dig deeper © Meisaan Chan

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Compassion is a muscle

Compassion is a muscle: the more you use it the stronger it gets the less you use it the more it atrophies © Meisaan Chan

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The return

Coming back to me requires no distance to cross only the turning © Meisaan Chan

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In order for me to love you – or – Passing it on

God does not demand that we understand all of God’s divinity before opening the doors of love; so, too, I do not demand that you understand all of me © Meisaan Chan

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