Writing Advice From The Experts Part #1

Writing Advice From The Experts Part #1 One must be drenched in words, literally soaked in them, to have the right ones form themselves into the proper pattern at the right moment. – Hart Crane Some of the best advice for writers in the 21st century comes from those who have seen their successes and offer advice from their own experience. Let’s draw from that brain trust. On Writing Well Show don’t tell. – Henry James Don’t say the old lady screamed — bring her on and let her scream. – Mark Twain Cut out all those exclamation marks. An exclamation mark is like laughing at your own joke. – F. Scott Fitzgerald First drafts are for learning what your …

Celtic Reiki

Celtic Reiki Martyn Pentacost, a Reiki Master in Britain, was applying Reiki to a dying tree when he had a revelation. The tree was reciprocating the healing energy back into his hands. After this experience, he traveled Britain studying and meditating with the Ogham trees that the ancient Druids knew well. These particular trees have their own unique healing capabilities. In nature, most plants and trees do. The ogham trees work with the healing knowledge of the ancient Celtics and Druids. Celtic Reiki combines Japanese methods with the Ogham trees healing power. The ancient Druids had probably already figured out he healing power of the trees. They held most of their meetings and practice sessions inside a circle of these …

The Concept of Refractive Errors and their Corresponding Vision Correction

The Concept of Refractive Errors and their Corresponding Vision Correction The eyeball is a spherical organ situated in a bony cavity called the orbit. The muscles are located not only on each side of the eye, but also on the top and the bottom of the eye. Based on this primary description of the anatomy of the eye, it can be deduced that the eye is such a highly sensitive organ that proper attention and safeguard must be taken into consideration. Since many problems and health habits begin in childhood, sound principles of safe care need to be stressed at this time. Complaints such these need to be investigated: headaches, dizziness, tiredness after close eye work, “cannot see well,” letters …

Writing Advice From The Experts

Writing Advice From The Experts One must be drenched in words, literally soaked in them, to have the right ones form themselves into the proper pattern at the right moment. – Hart Crane Some of the best advice for writers in the 21st century comes from those who have seen their successes and offer advice from their own experience. Let’s draw from that brain trust. On Writing Well Show don’t tell. – Henry James Don’t say the old lady screamed — bring her on and let her scream. – Mark Twain Cut out all those exclamation marks. An exclamation mark is like laughing at your own joke. – F. Scott Fitzgerald First drafts are for learning what your novel or …