Tag Archives: uncertainty

In the darkness, the senses shift

Eyes need light but ears do not; they do not fear the dark © Meisaan Chan

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In the face of hardship or risk or uncertainty

Spend 99% of your energy determining if you are on the right path. When you are, everything else is irrelevant. Just keep going. © Meisaan Chan

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A note in the uncertainty

If you’re not sure, then hold back: pause: I will always come around again © Meisaan Chan

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Peering into the blackness

You strain so hard, peering into the blackness when your only task is to breathe, open-armed, clothed in wondrous dark © Meisaan Chan

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