- Audre Lorde
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Enthusiasm is always connected with the senses, whatever be the object that excites it. The true strength of virtue is serenity of mind, combined with a deliberate and steadfast determination to execute her laws. That is the healthful condition of the moral life; on the other hand, enthusiasm, even when excited by representations of goodness, is a brilliant but feverish glow which leaves only exhaustion and languor behind.
There should be a period of time during each practice session when you perform. Invite some friends in to your practice room and play a passage or a page of something. … What I’m trying to indicate is that each day should contain some amount of performing. You should engage in the deliberate act of story telling each day you practice. Don’t only gather information when you practice, spend time imparting it. This is important.