Nothing Special

Paperback | September 3, 1994

byCharlotte J. Beck

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WHEN NOTHING IS SPECIAL, EVERYTHING CAN BE

The best-selling author of 'Everyday Zen' shows how to awaken to daily life and discover the ideal in the everyday, finding riches in our feelings, relationships, and work. 'Nothing Special' offers the r

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A Zen Center weekend in a book! The delightfully contemporary teacher and bestselling author of Everyday Zen shows how to make living itself a spiritual practice and how to discover that the extraordinary is really "nothing special"

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WHEN NOTHING IS SPECIAL, EVERYTHING CAN BEThe best-selling author of 'Everyday Zen' shows how to awaken to daily life and discover the ideal in the everyday, finding riches in our feelings, relationships, and work. 'Nothing Special' offers the r

Charlotte Joko Beck, who passed away in 2011, was the founder and former head teacher at the Zen Center in San Diego.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.65 inPublished:September 3, 1994Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062511173

ISBN - 13:9780062511171

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A Zen Center weekend in a book! The delightfully contemporary teacher and bestselling author of Everyday Zen shows how to make living itself a spiritual practice and how to discover that the extraordinary is really "nothing special"