Tuesday, November 25, 2008


"This book has Zen scribbled all over it--surely anyone can see that. It’s trying to push us past our silly inhibitions and reservations. That, to me, is what its defiance and fearlessness are all about. After discussing Zen, beautifully, in AMBIVALENT ZEN, you embody it, with a furious vengeance, in this one. Don't talk about the latrine; become it. I've seldom seen a document so powered by Zen spirit, taken to the limit. It speaks to me of all the lessons a student in that tradition might learn but never act on."

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