Tag Archives: social justice

“Ministry”

So many words talking about you,almost none talking with you:My heart was fooled, thinking this was prayer © Meisaan Chan

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Parable of the woman who believed all was One

There once was a woman who believed that everything was One and so she stopped caring about suffering or injustice or the desecration of the earth. Instead, she sat on her meditation cushion and listened to the screams coming in … Continue reading

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Dual vision

If you spend all your time focused on unity you will never see the reality of division; if you spend all your time focused on division you will never see the reality of unity © Meisaan Chan

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An argument for tenacity

Injustice rarely disappears at the first pass; if it did, there’d hardly be any injustice © Meisaan Chan

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Praying though the deed, the action, the word spoken

Stop praying! Free yourself up to pray! © Meisaan Chan

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If you want to change the world

If you want to change the world heal your deepest wounds for healing radiates only from the inside-out © Meisaan Chan

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