Our knowledge of the historical worth of certain religious doctrines increases our respect for them, but does not invalidate our proposal that they should cease to be put forward as the reasons for the precepts of civilization. On the contrary! Those historical residues have helped us to view religious teachings, as it were, as neurotic relics, and we may now argue that the time has probably come, as it does in an analytic treatment, for replacing the effects of repression by the results of the rational operation of the intellect.
That strain again! It had a dying fall: O, it came o'er my ear like the sweet sound That breathes upon a bank of violets, Stealing and giving odour! Enough; no more: 'Tis not so sweet as it was before.
William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616)
Source: Twelfht Night, Act 1: scene 1 - Orsinio, Duke Of Illyria.
"For most, their planning consists of setting the alarm clock to get out of bed to go to work; others plan by daily To-Do lists and crisis management; Those with an unwavering commitment to a desire of greater success will take the steps to plan their business and their life."
By allowing desire to be your compass and the wind that fills your sails and asking the mind to be the servant of the heart. In our culture we ask the heart to obey the mind, and it can't because it is something so vast the mind can't even comprehend it. Just let go, say Yes!