The Zen Eye: A Collection of Zen Talks by Sokei-an
Weatherhill, 1993 - 167 pages
A collection of talks by Sokei-an (1882-1945), the first Zen master to settle in America. From notes taken at meetings, the talks were reconstructed by his disciple, the late Mary Farkas. They reflect his personality, and his enthusiasms for America and Americans.
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