Tag Archives: self-care

“I’m very sorry, but I need to go”

Maintaining my equilibrium Meeting my needs Loving myself Being a samurai © Meisaan Chan

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No one said that self-care is efficient!

No one said that self-care is efficient! The wise readjust to the flow © Meisaan Chan

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Focus of the body, focus of the mind, focus of the spirit

The spirit is a delicate thing: Without sleep, focus of the spirit is the first to go © Meisaan Chan

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The holy fight

The holy fight is self versus self © Meisaan Chan

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The balance

is understanding that the amount of energy you put into this world is the amount of energy you need to receive © Meisaan Chan

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The faith of wound care

Since wounds heal from the inside-out, do not be discouraged if you cannot see the progress; keep cleansing keep vigilant keep watch © Meisaan Chan

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Compassion’s necessary two-way street

Healthy compassion must go both ways, outward and inward: if only outward, you annhiliate the self if only inward, you harden © Meisaan Chan

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