Tag Archives: vulnerability

I don’t listen very well, I say to the Lord

I don’t listen very well, I say to the Lord.You are too full, the Lord says to me. I listen to the wrong things, I say to the Lord.Your vulnerability to me needs to grow, the Lord says to me … Continue reading

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Strange safety

Helplessness can be safe being vulnerable can be safe – it depends on who’s hands you’re in © Meisaan Chan

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The true foundation of intimacy

is vulnerability © Meisaan Chan

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Intentional foundation

Vulnerability first comes in the decision to be vulnerable © Meisaan Chan

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Vulnerability distinctions

There is the vulnerability of weakness and the vulnerability of strength There is involuntary vulnerability and vulnerability fully chosen There is the vulnerability that fragments and the vulnerability that makes whole There is a vulnerability that withers and a vulnerability … Continue reading

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The warriors

Courage is the mark of the strong vulnerability is the mark of the very strong © Meisaan Chan

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All walls

All walls down I become a prayer All walls up I return to flesh © Meisaan Chan

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