Tag Archives: work

Parable of the purple flower

There once was a woman who owned rolling country land as far as the eye could see. It was filled with wildflowers, a remarkable array of colors and shapes and sizes, flowers that followed the bend of the sun from … Continue reading

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Work and prayer

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

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Similarities to spirit

Flesh, like spirit, is a wondrous thing, says the Lord: It starts weak and becomes strong only when you work © Meisaan Chan

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Praise feeds in ways that food cannot

Praise feeds in ways that food cannot; work as you must, but do not neglect to praise © Meisaan Chan

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The infinite moment

You rush to work, then you rush to rest only to watch for the moment next to work: Get out of the cycle, get out! You have forgotten the infinite moment © Meisaan Chan

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After a long day of being in the zone

Weary, emptied out yet still overflowing © Meisaan Chan

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Equilibrium

When the depth of your work equals the depth of your rest © Meisaan Chan  

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