Rabbi Greg Harris
Finding my expressive ‘voice’ is not an easy undertaking. I do not mean my voice which emerges through my throat. I am focused on my expressive voice which arises from my heart. In this regard, my voice is what makes me or you an interesting conversationalist to some people yet disagreeable to others. My voice is my ‘take’ on the world and my comfort in letting it shape me as a person. With the quantity of communication we undertake today, I would have thought the idea of an authentic voice was easy to describe but I was mistaken.