Tag Archives: woundedness

Good leaders walk with pain

Good leaders walk with pain – not in front of them, for pain is blind not behind them, for pain can lag behind but beside them, where pain reminds © Meisaan Chan

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The power of humility’s absence

Forgiving while still carrying self-righteous indignation is not forgiveness and nor will you heal © 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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Without batting an eyelash

God purifies Humans mess it up God purifies Humans mess it up God purifies © Meisaan Chan

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Picking and choosing

You can only accept deepest joy when you decide to accept it 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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