William Austin has been expressing his thoughts, feelings, and faith in God with poetry most of his life. In recent years, his work has taken on a deeper meaning once he began practicing yoga in 2014. When we realize we are the stewards of our own inner light, and that we have the power to change all aspects of our lives, we are truly awake. This collection is an introspective collection of poems that grapples with the accepting responsibility of accepting our own sovereignty. "Prana Pigeon & Prose" reflects one man's journey into the self, by the self, with himself-- a journey that continues unto this very day. Once we start down the path, traveling towards home, we begin the process of healing.
The work presents a complete history of Sanskrit literature in a condensed and succinct form. It embodies a general study of the Vedic, Epic, Puranic, classical and philosophical literature. It sheds light on the life and thought of Ancient and Medieval India as reflected in the literary productions of those periods. Through the brief epitome given in the Appendix on Technical Literature including Law, Science and Arts it provides information both interesting and instructive. The bibliographical notes and index appended at the end add to the value and render the work most useful to the reader. Even in this age of advanced historiography when even the outstanding researches of eminent antiquarians have become outdated, the utility of this small work has not diminished by the passing away of the three quarters of a century.