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Although this book was not as strong as his first one, it still captures the essence of Dogen's teachings, and puts it in plain language we can understand.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
This book continues the biographical journey of the Zen Master author. The authors voice is more clear in this book than in his first. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sam Mercer
This is an excellent and accessible orientation to some of the most important Zen teachings available. Warner is funny, yet respectful.Published 2 months ago by Steve Gideon
Documents the voyage of just another guy becoming a student and teacher of Zen. It is very believable and easy to read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charles W. Gallagher
Great book, competent overview of zen buddhism spiced by really nice humorPublished 4 months ago by Nowak
So many words to say sit down and shut up.
Why? The habits of the target audit, that is why.
Another excellent book on Buddhist theory mixed with the bluntness and disrespect for authority of punk rock, but I think I finally see Warner’s big flaw: he neglects love and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mark