Zen Wisdom: The Way to the Top
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Zen Wisdom: The Way to the Top

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Wisdom about human traits, inner beings, and behavior is brought forth in these quotes and lessons culled from a variety of classical Zen teachings. Simple and straightforward, this follow-up to Zen Teachings brings the beauty, wisdom, and light of Zen to the fore and guides readers toward finding their inner selves and recognizing truth. Along the voyage to the self-fulfi...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published June 28th 2006 by Astrolog Publishing House
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Clara
This book is a sequel to another book in the series about Zen Wisdom. The stories are all less than one page each and the titles of each is the subject of the moral. The way the "chapters" go is you get the background on what was going on when the story was told, then you hear the story, and then you get the moral explained to you...sometimes. It's an okay book, but really nothing special.
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