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Peering into the darkness

You strain so hard, peering into the blackness when your only task is to breathe, open-armed, clothed in wondrous dark © Meisaan Chan

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Claiming ownership

Never just take someone’s word no matter how venerable they are, for you alone are responsible for your journey: question it test it try it out © Meisaan Chan

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Belong to nothing

Not even to God: then you can move freely into the Source © Meisaan Chan

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Bone-dead dry

Bone-dead dry eyes weary, withered: where, O God, are you? © Meisaan Chan

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The waiting door

Exploring your identity is to know what glowing stuff you’re made of, and where it comes from, and why, and how: the path always pushes deeper inward until you come to the waiting door © Meisaan Chan

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Choose the one you want, God says

“Choose the one you want,” God says. In each hand is a shining light. I am mesmerized. I want them both. “Look carefully,” God says, frowning. “They are not the same.” “I don’t see the difference,” I say. “One will … Continue reading

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