Tag Archives: shame

Says the God of transformation

Do not keep your weakness to yourself do not keep your shame to yourself do not keep your anger to yourself as such, it can never be transformed © Meisaan Chan

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The necessary starting place

You shine like the sun; all my heart’s corners cringe in the light © Meisaan Chan

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Giving

Give me joy and I will nurture it to deeper joy; give me suffering and I will turn it to new life; give me all who you are, even shame, that heaviest burden; and when you have nothing left to … Continue reading

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The forest glows with morning light

  The forest glows with morning light and the clearing calls me onward; a part of me finds it hard to accept such beauty but the part of me that hungers for radiance is larger   © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: … Continue reading

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Layers

  It doesn’t matter how many layers of fear you need to peel away, says the Lord just that you keep on peeling; It also doesn’t matter how many layers of shame for only I am endless     © Meisaan Chan

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