Tag Archives: mysticism

Intimate longing

The leaves rustle against each other like gentle rainas the trees know what we do not:earth and sky long for each other, intimately © Meisaan Chan

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The end of religion

Blessed is the one who can hold religion lightly in the hands: its depths are but the gateway into mystery, and at its end the mystery continues and continues infinitely © Meisaan Chan

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You can turn around at any time

You can turn around at any time and wait for us on the shore but then you will not fall into the glowing sun or feel your heart lift, impossibly © Meisaan Chan (Photo Credit: National Geographic)

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O mysterium

You cannot hold the mystery you can only enter into the sound of spirit turning into fire © Meisaan Chan  

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