Zen 24/7

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Zondervan, Oct 6, 2009 - Religion - 208 pages
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Enlightenment is within reach -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you're searching for revelation and contentment, look no further than a handshake, a cup of coffee -- even your laundry pile. The most mundane details of life contain zen's profound truths, if you're of the mind to look for them.

By awakening to and embracing the zen in your life, you'll listen, watch, eat, work, laugh, sleep, and breathe your way to truth -- every moment of every day.

  

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Review: Zen 24/7: All Zen, All the Time

User Review  - Daniel Lewis - Goodreads

A very pleasant way to start or end the day. The introduction gives the book an aura of epicness that the banality of the book itself would otherwise not have. Read full review

Review: Zen 24/7: All Zen, All the Time

User Review  - Angela L - Goodreads

Fantastic book. Amusing yet extremely insightful. Easy to read and packed full of easy-to-understand lessons. I highly recommend it, especially for beginners and those curious about zen. Read full review

Contents

zen rise anD SHine
3
zen BreaKFasT
14
zen GeTTinG oresseD
21
zen luiich
73
zen errariDs
82
zen wotkout
99
dishwashing
141
sweeping
142
reading
158
zen BeDTime i6i moonlight
161
star
165
crickets
166
laughing
168
sex
170
bed
173
sleep
174

laundry
145
zen DownTime
147
living room
149
beer
150
TV
153
movie
156
music
157
dream
177
About the Illustrations
179
Select Bibliography
181
Acknowledgments
183
Author Contact
185
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Philip Toshio Sudo, award-winning journalist, musician, and a black-belt martial artist, is the author of Zen Guitar, Zen Computer, and Zen Sex. Phil passed from this life at the age of forty-two. He is survived by his wife, Tracy, and their children, Naomi, Keith, and Jonathan. His spirit lives on in his books and on his web site, which is devoted to his passion for zen and music: www.zenguitar.com.

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