Tag Archives: spiritual journey

Your path is leading me so far from home

Your path is leading me so far from homeso far from well-trod pathsand we, in the wilderness of the heart, in light and in darkness,keep continuing on, deeperand as wilderness gives way to wilderness gives way to wildernessmy heart grows … Continue reading

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To the lost

I. GodI have tried to direct you in lovebut you took the errant pathwhich looked better until followed II. MeMiles and miles I backtrackedtrying to find that source that first moment I chose not to love © Meisaan Chan

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Deepening the presence

You must deepen your presence to others, says the Lordand stop living on the surface of you © Meisaan Chan

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Spiritual enhancements and dilutions

Focus is one of the greatest spiritual enhancementsDistraction is one of the strongest spiritual dilutions © Meisaan Chan

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Taking it to the next levels

Doing it for yourself Doing it because it is good and right and healthy Doing it for me © Meisaan Chan

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The simplicity and challenge of the open door

You have asked me to enter you, says the Lord, and so I have –why the confusion? Why the amazement?For you have made of yourself an open doorand lo, I am walking through © Meisaan Chan

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When in hardship, remember your tools

Remember your tools, says the Lordhard-earned, well-keptBring them out again Dusty tools in back of shedstill work; shine them upand use © Meisaan Chan

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The deepest wounds

The deepest wounds can lead to the deepest healing or to the deepest infection © Meisaan Chan

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