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Holey lessons

You are learning to avoid your holes– not all of them, not yet, but some –and even avoiding these “some” has increased your walk:You are walking faster, farther, with less fatigue © Meisaan Chan

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Spiritual progress

If you’re concerning yourself with your progress you are not yet contemplating eternity © Meisaan Chan

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I hold out my hands in frustration.

I hold out my hands in frustration. “Can I never say I have progressed?” I ask. You smile gently. “Those who have progressed have given that away, too.” © Meisaan Chan

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Sometimes you just got to go through it

  Sometimes you just got to go through it: as an athlete practices until collapse this is but practice for the next step   Nothing says you have to progress; indeed, all along the path are those like stones who … Continue reading

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