Tag Archives: schedule

Doing exactly as you please

Doing exactly as you please without being affected by others could be a sign of freedom or isolation © Meisaan Chan

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The impossible prayer

When I’m too stressed to pray remind me, this is when I need to pray and may my non-praying be itself a prayer © Meisaan Chan

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First things first

There is always more to do, so stop and suckle at the breast of God, then, full, take up your tools for there is always more to do © Meisaan Chan

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Even clouds are busy

Even clouds are busy rushing by, nothing takes time for stillness © Meisaan Chan

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Delays

It can be daunting to step off of schedule’s path; things can jam together or drop completely but look for the moment that would not have occurred unless – a conversation, a breath, a relenting © Meisaan Chan

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A love-hate relationship

Without distractions, the day passes slowly and I rush to fill it; with distractions, the day is a frenzy and I long for peace © Meisaan Chan  

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A reminder

Your back-to-back meetings do not increase your worth; your sloth does not diminish it  © Meisaan Chan

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Crazy-busy

  Throughout your day of back-to-back meetings and inboxes and politics and pick-ups and drop-offs –  I am still waiting, still ringing that bell     © Meisaan Chan

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It can be tempting to think I am a machine

  It can be tempting to think I am a machine efficient, calculating, knocking out that to-do list until I hit a glitch until the machine breaks down until I come to a garden with a single lily growing and … Continue reading

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