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Essays in  Zen Buddhism, Third Series by D.T. Suzuki
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For the faint of heart... this book shouldn´t be the first to approach Zen. Extremely esoteric, caustic, humble but with a collateral side: tranquility, temperance, peace of mind, because, suddenly, understanding the secret laws of life does not gives you a special gift or edge.
Zen needs patience, and at the same time, it does not need time, patience, us. In strange ways, suddenly, you realize that everything is Zen.
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