Tag Archives: perfectionism

The wisdom of strawberries

The strawberries are tart and hard,but it is April in a pandemicso all is welcome to its extent.Just as I find sleep to be elusive,my mind distracted and inefficientbut it is April in a pandemicso all is welcome to its … Continue reading

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Pandemics and imperfection

How much more do I desire perfection in a pandemic!The pendulum swings to extremesand I, unseeing, am not aware that this need for perfectionsimply pushes it harder © Meisaan Chan

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The holiness of holes

Healthy soil has holes –that’s how the air and rain and seeds sink in;solid soil holds little life © Meisaan Chan

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Perfectionism is destructive

Perfectionism is destructive; from sun up to sun down it uproots the paved stones because they are pocked and forgets it should be journeying © Meisaan Chan

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