Tag Archives: mindfulness

Tending to the light

The depths of darkness make of utmost importance how I tend to the light © Meisaan Chan

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Remember me

Because the most powerful thing is mindfulness and the weakest thing is forgetfulness © Meisaan Chan

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The ever-approaching path that spirals to the center

The remembering, the forgetting, the remembering, the forgetting, the remembering, the forgetting the remembering, the forgetting, the remembering © Meisaan Chan

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The forgetting

Rushing through the day trying to get everything done so that nothing falls through the cracks and I’m so focused on this that you do fall © Meisaan Chan

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Depth

Not all types of rest are created equally some are deeper than others © Meisaan Chan

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Mindfulness

You might not know you’re standing at the precipice if you’re focusing elsewhere © Meisaan Chan   (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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