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Write From the Depths of the Soul, Not the Drawers of the Mind

Sift through the relevancy and rhetoric before making your plea on paper. Others can’t be touched deeply by what you skim off the surface.

What’s the last thing you learned that no one taught you?

STOP: Answer the question before reading further.


Drawers are cluttered.

Depth simplifies and magnifies.

Going where know one else goes to discover creativity assures you are not sharing someone else’s find. Write from the depths of your soul and not the drawers of your mind.

Silence penetrates the deep recesses of the soul and is the key that unlocks the unknown. My soul, not my mind, knows very well!

The soul reveals; the mind remembers.

Silence is the key to unlocking the secrets of the soul.

The soul is the keeper of revelation, while the mind is temporary guardian of the memories it creates. The mind even gets the facts confused at times and, out of self preservation, fabricates the details to align with it’s positioning at the time.

The mind doesn’t want to look bad while the soul seeks only to reveal; to reflect truth. My mind reminds me of what was. My soul reveals what was, what is, and what will be.

The Soul Mirrors Truth

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My soul reflects truth while my mind tells me who I think I am, or who it believes I want to think that I am. My soul reveals who I truly am.

To get to know your mind, listen.

To get to know your soul, be silent.

You can lose your mind but never your soul.

Your soul sits on the other side of your mind.

The mind speaks its peace while the soul silently waits to be summonsed.

The mind blurts out everything it knows while the soul only reveals what’s relevant. Sift through relevancy and rhetoric before making your plea on paper. Others can’t be touched deeply by what you skimmed off the surface.

Going where know one else goes to discover creativity assures you are not sharing someone else’s find. Write from the depth of your soul and not the drawers of your mind.

What’s the last thing you learned that no one taught you?


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