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on October 27, 2002
If you are interested in Zen - This book is excellent.
If you are not interested in Zen - This book is hilarious.
If you want to confuse you philosophy professor - This book is perfect.
If you are stoned outta your phreakin mind - This book makes PERFECT sense.
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on November 30, 2002
This book is a delight. ... Finest value for my dollar of any purchase I can recall making. I am now on my fourth reading, and see no reason to stop. Aitken Roshi has given us a compendium of dozens of original American koans--or as the animals say, "turning points." Raven hears the story of Shakyamuni's realization when looking up to see the morning star from beneath the Bodhi tree. Raven somehow feels something is missing. What?
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on November 23, 2002
I appreciate Robert Aitken much more after reading this unique little creation of his. And I think you will, too, if you have some familiarity of Zen practice. The book consists of connected succinct stories that refreshingly present key realizations in Zen Buddhism -- without the usual old Chinese or Japanese monks.
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