Tag Archives: prayer

Dreams of God

Beg to know the dreams of God beg to be emptied of your own © Meisaan Chan

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Alleluia for busy days

Alleluia for busy days for ways in which I contribute to beauty © Meisaan Chan

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The holy cycle: Theory and Lived out

I The holy cycle: The theory First, listening then, obedience then, listening II The holy cycle: Lived out First, confusion then asking then taking then asking then taking then confusion then asking then taking then asking then asking then asking … Continue reading

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Gifts of eternal thickness

Somewhere, someone is praying for you, perhaps by name, perhaps in praying for the world; but even if the latter is true, the thing about prayer is that it can never be spread too thin: Somewhere, someone is praying for … Continue reading

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I still just want to praise you

My heart, too tired for ardent prayer snuggles up to you instead, matches curve to curve for trust is also a form of praise © Meisaan Chan

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The sanctity of lightening up

When you can laugh at yourself that, too, is prayer © Meisaan Chan

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The Fatigue Prayer

Tiredness crawls beneath my eyelids tightens my jaw: O Lord, be with me now © Meisaan Chan

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