Tag Archives: opening

Why the opening is so important

If you open like a pinhole eternity will wait an eternity’s length to dribble-drabble in; If you open like an earthquake rupture eternity will still take an eternity’s time – but the receiving! The receiving! © Meisaan Chan

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“Trust me,” God says.

“Trust me,” God says. Why so hard? Hands slowly open, sweating © Meisaan Chan  

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To receive the depth of help

Take the barricades down   © Meisaan Chan

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The opening

I will come to you most strongly when you decide to come to me for that is when your heavy door opens © Meisaan Chan

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An opening to love

  An opening to love always involves a wall falling down and a total opening means the whole fortress falls     © Meisaan Chan

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Let me set up a tent for you

  Let me set up a tent for you, I say and a soft smile crosses your face; let’s put it up together, you respond, and we face it to the east, so when we unzip the door with a fresh … Continue reading

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