Tag Archives: self-compassion

To think that I can be me, just as I am

To think that I can be me, just as I am chips and cracks and glories and all is an incredible thought; it’s like that singular moment where, after wearing shackles you freeze in nakedness, disbelieving your freedom and then … Continue reading

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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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When compassion matters most

Compassion matters most in the presence of fragility © 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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A different kind of listening

I wish you knew just how often I speak to you through your body; perhaps you’d listen to it more, says the Lord © Meisaan Chan

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