Crazy Wisdom

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Ten Speed Press, 1998 - Paradox - 210 pages
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With close to 50,000 copies in print, this book has become a backlist favorite for its offbeat philosophy and its fact-packed, frolicsome text in which everyone from Coyote to Jean-Paul Sartre, William Blake to Lao-tzu, Groucho Marx to Albert Einstein let their hair down and hold forth on religion, poetry, quantum physics, and all that good stuff. Now updated with an introduction that takes the crazy wisdom well into the next millennium.

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I immediately popped it open to random pages. Looks like the way to go. A linear reading of something called crazy wisdom seems counterintuitive. Read full review

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User Review  - David L. - Goodreads

I immediately popped it open to random pages. Looks like the way to go. A linear reading of something called crazy wisdom seems counterintuitive. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Wes "Scoop" Nisker, author of the enduring classic "Crazy Wisdom" and the widely acclaimed "Buddha's Nature", is the editor of the Buddhist journal "Inquiring Mind". An enduring San Francisco celebrity, having been on Bay Area radio for more than twenty-five years, Nisker is a teacher of Buddhist meditation and philosophy, and is located prominently in the group of our country's most influential voices for spiritual transformation.

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