Tag Archives: numbness

The slowness of awareness

How much quicker it would be to run through my life numb! How much time it takes to be alive! © Meisaan Chan

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How slowly I began to numb over

How slowly I began to numb over – as how ice freezes over a deep lake: Not all at once, but it starts at the edges, moving inward until all was frozen over, and then thicker, deeper yet even still, … Continue reading

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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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Spiritual ruts

Spiritual ruts most profoundly shut out delight © Meisaan Chan

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Weakness upon weakness

Fear blocks compassion   © Meisaan Chan

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Sensitize your soul

Sensitize your soul, for God loves to settle and settle and settle © Meisaan Chan

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Going numb is sometimes needed

  Going numb is sometimes needed but do not forget to reawaken the heart or else it will slumber on     © Meisaan Chan

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