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Expectations

Lowering your expectations can be healthy for all; lowering them too far can be unhealthy for all © Meisaan Chan

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The wound

Learning to trust again filling eternal hole with eternal sustenance human desire, divine task © Meisaan Chan

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Litmus test I

Lack of compassion is a sign of a wound © Meisaan Chan

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Open wounds

For most if not all of your life, you will have open wounds so it is of utmost importance that you learn how to tend © Meisaan Chan

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Old wounds

When you find the source of your wound, tend gently but firmly for old wounds tend to re-break open, the scar being thin and thick © Meisaan Chan

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Tending hope

Tenderly I wash the wound and know that wholeness will come © Meisaan Chan

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Injury’s tell-tale sign

If you cannot be compassionate look for the wound © Meisaan Chan

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