Tag Archives: wandering

Compass gone

So deeply through the thicket, bramble catching on my clothes compass gone, all is chaos: O God, be my hope © Meisaan Chan

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I will not always affirm your path

I will not always affirm your path – that too, is the mark of love © Meisaan Chan

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Icons

Sometimes you need images to get you through and sometimes the images fall apart, leaving you in blackness and sometimes the blackness gets you through © Meisaan Chan

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Without God, there would be no journey

Without God, there would be no journey only wandering © Meisaan Chan  

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A prayer to stop wandering in ruts

O Camino God, my journeyer: help me remember the pathway out of my ruts so I do not wander in ruts but journey home to you © Meisaan Chan

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The end of wandering, III

Those who don’t listen, wander Those who do listen, journey © Meisaan Chan

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When the path turns foreign

When the path turns foreign you could despair or you could focus on the life © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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