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My journals, dating back to 1998

"What you thought to draw lifts off the paper, as what you love slips from your heart." 
- Rumi

I began to keep a journal when I was eleven years old. 19 years later, over 100 journals line my bookshelves, and the number grows by the month. My journals are the mirror of my soul; I see things in my writing I could have never seen on my own.

In a step of evolution, in March 2007 I began to write for Seed of Devotion.

First of all, to share one's work with others demands the best of art. I must write well. Every time I publish a post I get pushed past the edge of good writing.

But I never reach the perfect, final edit. How humbling.

And second, to share my realizations with others demands almost gruelling authenticity. I explore my own soul, and then with integrity put it on paper.

Very scary.

But I figure that life is short. All too soon, I'll pass from this world, and the only trace left of me will be my writing.

I might as well share my heart. 

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For an experience of prose on Seed of Devotion, below is my series, Touch of the Brajabasi.



To write is to dare the soul. So write.