I am fortunate this day to be reading "The Tao of Writing" by Ralph L. Wahlstrom. Constantly and continuallly, I seek ways and methods to make my writing more unified, connected and universal.
This statement is revealing and inspiring for me, today.
"Writing, too, begins simply, humbly. It is at once a private, isolated activity, a trickle, and a public, communitarian event. We and our words are drops, water molecules in a great universe. We have little choice. Even so, the writer who takes the idea of unity in community to heart, who makes it intentional, learns to write with more power, more life." --Ralph L. Wahlstrom
"Magnify the small, increase the few." (Tao Te Ching, verse 63)