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The soul is like a womb

The soul is like a womb: it’s job is to hold © Meisaan Chan

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Similarities to the soul

At first the womb is small, fist-sized and stretches only in the presence of life Note: It does not stretch because it wants to (and the stretching is slow and pained) but that is its purpose: To hold © Meisaan … Continue reading

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Protector

Sometimes I thwart my own happiness and am the foil for my own plans; O Lord, hear me: place me in your eternal womb; protect me from myself and my potential harm © Meisaan Chan

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Cannonballing again and again

Who can plumb the limits of God? For hers is the eternal womb – do not think you can reach her end © Meisaan Chan

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St. Paul’s Cathedral, London

Dark cavern, enormous womb candles flickering before gold-flecked statues; the casting of light and shadow stirs the soul. Somewhere, a deep weeping as the choir rings out, then silence carries the silk-strung notes to the ceiling, notes that caress the … Continue reading

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Deep in the labyrinth

Doors follow me. I don’t know why, but that’s how you reveal yourself, in the perpetual choice: to go or to stay posed again and again and again, each door leading to others in a tangle of doors and the … Continue reading

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To the lost

You are not lost you are in the womb © Meisaan Chan

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