"To lead a disciplined life means that you are in the driver’s seat, you have a grip on yourself and you are working from a soulful place within. Sometimes we talk from our lips, without thinking. Sometimes we talk from our heads, with much thought but little or no emotion. Sometimes we talk from the heart, with more emotion than intellect. And sometimes we talk from our soul, from a place where our heart and mind come together to fully express who we really are..." Rabbi David Aaron
I don't want to write from the shallow place of not thinking or feeling. Not ever. I want the life juice and the electricity going through all my own senses, as well as those of my readers. I want to write from that place Rabbi Aaron describes above; it's the place where my heart and my mind fuse into the 100% totality of who I am, the real me.
Is this fusion really possible? I want to find out now, to discover how to do it, and then to never stop doing it. Forever.