Tag Archives: spiritual journey

Have the courage to hear love

Trust goes deeper, childMust go deeper for the work at hand Press your ear against the heart of GodHave the courage to hear love © Meisaan Chan

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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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