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True and false Doing Nothing

True doing nothing is precision: Sharp knife False doing nothing is amorphous: Blunt rock © Meisaan Chan

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Practicing focus is the practice of sacrifice

To sacrifice the moment’s gratification for something bigger is a practice that strengthens the soul a type of burning, brandishing fire © Meisaan Chan

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Ink crawling on the page

Like phantom, you appear from the nothing, something how very consistent you are © Meisaan Chan

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Myriad forms

I can come in abundance I can come in drought; cling not to the way I look, says the Lord or you will miss my myriad forms © Meisaan Chan

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Out of the nothing, something

Sometimes life doesn’t give you all the pieces to build your house; you lack the wood, or the nails, or even the strength to build it; Keep returning to me, says the Lord, for I am not afraid of missing … Continue reading

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Belong to nothing

Not even to God: then you can move freely into the Source © Meisaan Chan

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My warriors

wield compassion in their empty hands © Meisaan Chan

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