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Yet another litmus test

If your idol is yourself, you will rage when someone challenges your image © Meisaan Chan

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The power of humility’s absence

Forgiving while still carrying self-righteous indignation is not forgiveness and nor will you heal © Meisaan Chan

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Litmus test I

Lack of compassion is a sign of a wound © Meisaan Chan

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A tip for the journey

You can travel farther and with less fatigue if you let go of anger © Meisaan Chan

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The anxiety prayer

O Lord of my anxiety dip your hand right into me and pull out inflammation, rage every insecurity © Meisaan Chan

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Jesus’ fury – or – Proof of Biblical censorship

Jesus gets mad once – only once! – as if anger is a flaw on the surface of the great, placid ocean but if you were to ask a fisherman if a storm rages over the sea only once in … Continue reading

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I do not like the name of Jesus

I. I do not like the name of Jesus the banner of closed-hearted fear-filled, gay-bashing, homogenizing, culture-killing small-minded, Koran-burning earth-raping, white privileged politicianed, women-hating superficial, two-faced, cold-stoned materialistic, chauvinistic power-hungry, blind-eyed, out-of-sync, double-standard who-has-the-holiest-asshole – II. Jesus says: please don’t judge me … Continue reading

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