Tag Archives: openness

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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Ditto

“I just want you to love me for who I am, not for what I do,” I say to the Lord. “Ditto,” the Lord says to me. © Meisaan Chan

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Because the real thing will come back around

With you, I abandon my success With you, I abandon my failings then, empty of all things except for you, I abandon you, too © Meisaan Chan

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The danger of expectations

Sometimes you come in smallness and if I only look for you in the big I will miss you, O God of the small © Meisaan Chan

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A caution about the altar of independence

This altar might seem like it doesn’t need sacrifices – that it doesn’t need anything, really – but there is something brittle about it, something cold © Meisaan Chan

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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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One of the biggest decisions to make

One of the biggest decisions to make is where to turn for help © Meisaan Chan

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