No matter how many times I read the Diamond Sutra, there is always something more to shake my views; to confront my clumsy attempts to to grasp that which cannot be grasped. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nityadana
There is a time and place for everything.Not for me at this present time. A very clearly written text which can be taken on many levels.Published 9 months ago by Peter Parker
This review is for The Diamond Sutra in this book. The Diamond Sutra penetrates through notions tightly surrounding your heart and liberates you. Read morePublished 15 months ago by book worm
Of the dozens upon dozens of Zen books I've read in the past forty years, just two make my Highly Recommended List (which I include in the books I write): "The Zen Teaching of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by L. Ron Gardner
A true gem. A book to come back to over and over again. Sit with this teaching - it offers everything.Published 21 months ago by Jim Bean
Probably as direct a route into the Heart of Zen buddhism as there is. What can't be said, can't be said. And it can't be
whistled either. Still, here you go?
As one of buddhists,It was a good chance to get to know this book.
To my viewpoint, It consists of two parts. Read more
It wasn't the translation I was hoping for ( mistake on my part) but I found it to be good enough for my purposes.Published on January 28, 2008 by Amazon Customer