Tag Archives: union

Newborn

As the gaze imprints upon the mind so my voice imprints upon your soul Imprints: Nothing can remove © Meisaan Chan

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the humble god

You can squeeze me into anywhere in your life – I will fit onto the head of a pin – so deep is my desire to be with you © Meisaan Chan

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Spiritual Paradox

Unknown, unknown is the way unknown is the Lord yet within me is the Lord’s intimacy © Meisaan Chan

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In and out of deep prayer

Water breaks the surface then submerges, merging with the all, only to break again: itself only to submerge again: gone © Meisaan Chan

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The way of “yes”

Leads to places far from the way of “no” – Do not be surprised if you do not recognize where you are © Meisaan Chan

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The spirituality of writing

Write into the unknown, my dear, says the Lord; Write until you find the texture of my faceless face Write until you come to the density of my source Write until we are © Meisaan Chan

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Easter

Sunday readiness as earth tells darkened clouds: Yes and sky releases © Meisaan Chan

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