Tag Archives: pain

All the ways we justify detouring from our path!

All the ways we justify detouring from our path! All the ways we could grow strong in following, yet don’t © Meisaan Chan

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Similarities to the soul

At first the womb is small, fist-sized and stretches only in the presence of life Note: It does not stretch because it wants to (and the stretching is slow and pained) but that is its purpose: To hold © Meisaan … Continue reading

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The spiritual trainer

I am not afraid of fibers tearing, says the Lord that is the only way to strength © Meisaan Chan

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Journeying

Those who undertake the journey must grow comfortable with wilderness © Meisaan Chan

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You’re not always going to get what you want

You’re not always going to get what you want – and for this, the weak shatter and for this, the strong return to me © Meisaan Chan

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The bittersweetness of moving forward

Deciding to move forward is deciding to leave it behind so do not be surprised should you grieve while walking into the light © Meisaan Chan

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Remembering the context

“Make a tunnel through the mountain of hardship and pain,” God says. “That is hard to do,” I say. “There are people who will follow you,” God says. © Meisaan Chan

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Tenacity’s nature

Tenacity deepens not with hardship but with rounds of hardship © Meisaan Chan

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Mending nets

When the storm has finally passed it is time to mend your nets for you cannot keep going, going, going – you will catch absolutely nothing – it takes time to mend your nets but more time to fish with … Continue reading

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Awfulness

“This awfulness doesn’t end,” I say accusingly. “You have not made space in your heart for a beginning,” says the Lord. © Meisaan Chan

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