Tag Archives: stubbornness

The moment you’re digging in your heels

The moment you’re digging in your heels is usually when the door opens © Meisaan Chan

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Another case for fostering courage

Sometimes you don’t need the hand-holding as much as you thought, or the crutches or the safeguards – but without courage, you’ll never know © Meisaan Chan

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Digging in

Digging in to find the joy stubborn, adamant: there must be joy here and then finding it © Meisaan Chan

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