Dear Blog Subscribers, Followers, and Visitors - Over the course of my twenty-year tenure in Technical Writing, I have had to edit and proofread many documents, above and beyond writing them. Step One is writing, while Step Two is proofreading. With that said, here are twenty tips you can apply to your writing experience to … Continue reading 20 Great Proofreading Tips
Over the past year, I have written two books that have been recognized and endorsed by several leaders in my field of Technical Communications. 365 Technical Writing Tips will help you write difficult technical documentation, user guides, installation and configuration guides, policy and procedure manuals, and white papers. 365 Limitless Verbs will help you compose … Continue reading 365 Writing Tips: Twice!
Dear Blog Subscribers and Visitors: My latest book, 365 Limitless Verbs, is finally live on the web at Amazon. I have worked tirelessly over the past two months to compose this insightful and helpful reference guide, designed for writers but in truth anyone can use this book. We all write. We all speak. We all … Continue reading 365 Limitless Verbs – Live at Last!
As a spiritual seeker, I am infinitely grateful to God, The Supreme Spirit, for having guided me to the Sacred Syllable OM. In today's world, there is conflict everywhere, and even within religions and religious communities. Where can I go, mentally and physically, where there is limitless, unbounded peace? The answer is OM. According to … Continue reading The Essential OM
Today, I simply want to thank four souls for guiding me to the Blessed Omkar, the Blessed Name, Word and Presence of God: OM. These souls are Lord Krishna, Lord Buddha, Lord Sankara, and Lord Jesus (Yeshua). Thank you, Lord Krishna, for speaking what today is known as the Bhagavad Gita. Thank you, Lord Buddha, … Continue reading Thank You, Times Four
The Sacred Syllable OM is sometimes describes as the unison of three sounds - A (AH), U (OO), and M (MM). The metaphysical process behind this sequence of sounds allows for the movement of consciousness from the physical plane - through the astral and causal planes - to the Absolute plane. So, as one chants … Continue reading Three Steps to God
There are four major yogis who I admire: Krishna, Buddha, Sankara, and Jesus (Yeshua, in Hebrew and Aramaic). Each of these men began life as normal individuals and through their sacred yoga practice became fully realized yogis, and they can help us in our path too. The diagram above details my personal view on who … Continue reading The Realized Yogi