'To draw' (v):
1. to produce (a picture or diagram) by making lines and mark
2. to pull or drag (something) so as to make it follow behind.
While 'drawing' commonly means a production (result) of mark-making, its ontological value much resides in the act of creation, in which the drawing occurs by an artist's creative force of pulling and pushing materials and concepts.
Holding and releasing tension, my hand is at ease rendering marks, as satisfactions come from fulfilling accuracy and excitements happen on the encounter with undefined gestures. In-between agenda and accident, I let my body flow in harmony of control and surrender.