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Mutuality, again

How I missed you! I say to the Lord How I missed you! the Lord says to me © Meisaan Chan

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The end of religion

Blessed is the one who can hold religion lightly in the hands: its depths are but the gateway into mystery, and at its end the mystery continues and continues infinitely © Meisaan Chan

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What are you looking for?

What are you looking for? Look at you as you look: be aware of what you truly seek © 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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In search of fullness

I look for you along the empty streets – they’re actually chaotic streets, but somehow empty – and I’m looking to be filled © Meisaan Chan    

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Search engine

I check all devices and gadgets and log on to all memberships waiting for something to happen, something beyond myself, some great calling, something that will answer this restlessness but the only thing that happens is that, though I keep … Continue reading

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