Tag Archives: nakedness

Until there is you

Woman with red shoes walking the pilgrimage; take them off, take off all things that define you © Meisaan Chan

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The apology

“I’m sorry,” says the soul, laying itself open to examination to the beauty, the wounds, the pus © Meisaan Chan

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Intimacy

It is easy to be naked in flesh and nearly insurmountable to be naked in mind © Meisaan Chan

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Please take off your armor

“Please take off your armor,” God says. “I’m not wearing any,” I say. “Can you feel my touch?” God asks gently. I pause. “No,” I say. “If you want to feel my touch, please take off your armor,” God says. … Continue reading

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The road ahead: a spirituality of openness

When God calls you to a spirituality of openness, it sounds nice but lived out, it requires dismantling all the walls that protect you and walking into true protection © Meisaan Chan

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Self-honesty

I step down from my throne and take off my crown remove all my clothes and give you my kingdom: for this is how you see me, Lord this is who I am © Meisaan Chan

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Authenticity

It takes so much work to put on the mask; how patiently God waits for us to take it off © Meisaan Chan  

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To think that I can be me, just as I am

  To think that I can be me, just as I am chips and cracks and glories and all is an incredible thought; it’s like that singular moment where, after wearing shackles you freeze in nakedness, disbelieving your freedom and … Continue reading

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