Tag Archives: unknown

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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The foundation of the foundation

The most important thing is deciding where you will place your trust: The next most important thing is the trusting © Meisaan Chan

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Worth the release

Lean into the emptiness farther and farther, until you know that it is safe or at least, that it is worth the release © Meisaan Chan

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The unfeared descent

The sun knows its slow descent but note how it does not just go out: At its lowest point, it unfurls its majesty, its moment of greatest open giving © Meisaan Chan

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Peering into the darkness

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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Conserving energy

Facing the unknown is easier when you stop grasping for control, which, in face of the unknown, it is a futile effort © Meisaan Chan

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Cold rush of air

Cold rush of air, soul shivers: take courage – a door is opening © Meisaan Chan

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