Tag Archives: soul

The emergence of the soul

Silence draws the soul to sit on the outside © Meisaan Chan

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Shape-shifting soul

Some people compress it Some let it expand; Some people accept it just as it is Some only after distorting every possible bit © Meisaan Chan

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Nature of the soul

The soul is limestone, porous and becomes saturated with whatever you give it © Meisaan Chan

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Slowly, you challenge me to rise above

Slowly, you challenge me to rise above slowly, my soul sloughs off the weight and indeed, I rise © Meisaan Chan

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The soul is like a womb

The soul is like a womb: it’s job is to hold © Meisaan Chan

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Another reason to leave space in your soul

Joy expands to fit the size of its container © Meisaan Chan

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Why the container is so important

A thimble-soul holds a symbol of God A cavern-soul holds a cavern of God A universe-soul holds a universe of God – and of course, there’s always more © Meisaan Chan

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