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Meditations of a Zen Master

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Zen Master Beopjeong spent over thirty years on South Korea's bestseller lists. Praised as "one of the great spiritual leaders of our time" (Korea Herald) and "one of the most popular and influential religious leaders in Korea" (Korea Times) who "left immeasurable teachings to all of us" (President of South Korea Lee Myung-bak), Beopjeong wrote on the foibles of modern lif ...more
Paperback, English-Korean Parallel Text Edition, 284 pages
Published October 2012 by The Bilingual Library
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Many passages in Meditations of a Zen Master were published in devotional format for Meditations of a Korean Monk—A Weekly Reader (The Bilingual Library, 2012) by Venerable Beopjeong, also translated by D. Bannon. The translator has revised some passages and added an all-new translation of the essay, “Without Possessions,” for this edition. From Midwest Book Review, September 2012: "A time to ponder the world can bring it into clarity. Meditations of a Korean Monk: A Weekly Reader is a collectio ...more
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“True wisdom
is not borrowed knowledge
it must be based
on my own experience.

That which I learn from others
is memory, not wisdom”
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