Tag Archives: wholeness

Work and prayer

Work and prayer can be the same thing but not always Meisaan Chan

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“I’m very sorry, but I need to go”

Maintaining my equilibrium Meeting my needs Loving myself Being a samurai © Meisaan Chan

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Parable of the woman with glass shards

There once was a woman whose beloved vase fell and shattered. She gathered up the broken glass shards and clung to them, and her hands got cut and bled. Many people advised her to put down the shards, and every … Continue reading

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Parable of the flower

There once was a flower that bloomed in its beauty, faded, then dropped all its petals during the night. The next day, the owner of the house saw it, rejoiced, and proclaimed the flower whole. © Meisaan Chan

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Be satisfied

Be satisfied, says the Lord: You have placed your hunger in the heart of me feast, now, on my heart © Meisaan Chan

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Full of grace

No one can fill with grace except God so when you see someone full, know that God has passed © 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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