Updated: May 18
"If you don’t break your ropes while you are alive do you think ghosts will do it after?”
~ Kabir Dos, mystic poet and saint
Kabir Dos was a dreamer of the highest order. He was passionately devoted to life, not religion or doctrine, and fiercely rejected duality and all its vices. When he talks about breaking the ropes, he’s talking about the fallacies of being “normal”, or what modern thinkers might call convention and expectation.
There’s not a person alive who has not, at one time or another, skirted the narrows of visibility terror, while struggling to clarify a muddy message. You too, right?
You know what you mean, but can you always write the words to say that meaning succinctly and openly?
Because we know how tough it is to break the ropes, we created a business writer’s guide,
“How To Write Like a Poet in Every Circumstance”.