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The wound

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

© Meisaan Chan


Day 281: Sometimes The Scar Remains

A week ago posted a picture of this large tree branch that fell near my home.

One week later it is a different scene. The mess has been cleaned up. 55 more words


Stepping out of the wound

I surpass all woundedness, says the Lord
so step out of your woundedness
and into my surpassing

© Meisaan Chan


Chiron Rising: empathy, connectedness and metamorphosis

Lately I have been feeling unsettled… actually this has been going on for quite a while. We have moved four times in the last year, living in different temporary places, without having enough information to make decisions or plan out what to do next.   607 more words


As we forgive those who trespass against us (OF8)

On January 29, 2015, I wrote about the Our Father’s ‘as we.’ I stated that if we don’t forgive others, we will not be forgiven; we will be forgiven only as we forgive. 280 more words

Food For Thought

Time & boredom

I don’t know where things like the following come from except to say it’s a reverie triggered by reading Joseph Brodsky’s essay, “Listening to Boredom” (from his commencement address at Dartmouth College, reprinted in the March 1995  279 more words

Our Father who art in Heaven (OF1)

While this first line of the “Our Father” can state the obvious—where else would our heavenly father be?—let’s look at it a bit more closely. 176 more words

Food For Thought