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John Tarrant's writing is accessible and clear.
Tarrant's blend of Eastern and Western myths, depth psychology, and religeon make this one of the most dense, thought provoking, and awakening books I've ever read.
If you read it, his big fish will swallow you whole, like Jonah, and you will come out a different man or woman.
I loved every page of this book which is gleaned from the author's practices of depth psychology and Buddhism.Published 3 months ago by helen k mcallister
This man reveals intimate things about life that I was not aware of. He makes an autopsy of human race like no other. I highly recommend this book.Published 3 months ago by Cesar Barroso
Simply one of the very best books I have ever read on grief, depression, loss of innocence, existential angst, and what we can learn from it all. It is not for the faint of heart. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Zen
I foundTarrant's prose difficult at times, perhaps due to language differences. The book just got too difficult to wade through this difference and I really didn't finish it.Published 5 months ago by C. Bell
So much to contemplate and so lovely to read. This book is a gem with insight and inspiration.Published 6 months ago by Sara Devins
John Tarrant is not the one to be writing about spiritual truths as he is a home-breaker and a fully unethical man. What a phony.Published 15 months ago by L. McLean
Loved this book. Nothing complicated. Simple, clean, extraordinarily elegant. Goes straight to the heart of the matter without word extravagance.Published 19 months ago by chezlouise
Roshi Tarrant manages to amaze me with his everyday language expressions of life's swirls and whirls. Read morePublished 21 months ago by davek
I'm reviewing this masterpiece by John Tarrant more than a decade after I first read it --it has
taken me all that time to be able to appreciate the deep wisdom in it (but... Read more