365 Zen: Daily Readings

Paperback | April 13, 1999

byJean Smith

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“Watermelons and Zen students
grow pretty muchthe same way.
Long periods of sitting ‘till they ripen and grow
all juicy inside, but
when you knock them on the head
to see if they’re ready –
sounds like nothing&

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One of the best ways to begin your day is with an insightful meditation. This is a beautifully crafted collection of daily meditations drawing from the traditions of Zen Buddhism. 365 Zen offers 365 selections of Zen koans and stories reflecting the major themes of detachment, karma, and emptiness, and includes a glossary and topic and...

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“Watermelons and Zen studentsgrow pretty muchthe same way.Long periods of sitting ‘till they ripen and growall juicy inside, butwhen you knock them on the headto see if they’re ready –sounds like nothing&

Jean Smith is the editor ofEveryday Mind, Breath Sweeps Mind, and Radiant Mind, all of which were created under the auspices ofTricycle, North America's premier Buddhist magazine.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:408 pages, 7.38 × 5.5 × 0.93 inPublished:April 13, 1999Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062516027

ISBN - 13:9780062516022

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One of the best ways to begin your day is with an insightful meditation. This is a beautifully crafted collection of daily meditations drawing from the traditions of Zen Buddhism. 365 Zen offers 365 selections of Zen koans and stories reflecting the major themes of detachment, karma, and emptiness, and includes a glossary and topic and author index.