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Zo-Zen!: Zen Buddhist Essays and Insights from the Small Town “Big Mind” of Harold Zo By Harold Zo
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Author Vincent Casspriano writes, “Harold Zo’s profound insight, gentle humor and deeply personal voice in these essays reads like an inspiring conversation with a wise, close friend. Zo... More > is a rarity – a solitary Buddhist living in small town America. Even more rare, he expresses little angst about his isolation, choosing instead to admire and appreciate his mostly devout Christian neighbors, without compromising his own intellectually-sound and compassionately-heartfelt Buddhism. Zo-Zen is an entertaining and enlightening bridge-builder.” Essays include - The Accidental Buddhist: How One Small Town American Kid Fell Headlong Into the Dharma Stream, and More Than Three Decades Later, Is Still Swimming; 5 Ways Being Buddhist in Small Town America is Like Being Bigfoot; What Would Buddha Inject?: Buddhist Religious Objections to Mandatory Childhood Immunization; What Ails the World and its Very Simple Cure; This Buddhist’s Faith: A Treatise on the Moving of Mountains; and Pale Blue Zen.< Less
Zo-Zen: Zen Buddhist Essays and Insights from the Small Town “Big Mind” of Harold Zo By Harold Zo
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Author Vincent Casspriano writes, "Harold Zo's profound insight, gentle humor and deeply personal voice in these essays reads like an inspiring conversation with a wise, close friend. Zo is a... More > rarity – a solitary Buddhist living in small town America. Even more rare, he expresses little angst about his isolation, choosing instead to admire and appreciate his mostly devout Christian neighbors, without compromising his own intellectually-sound and compassionately-heartfelt Buddhism. Zo-Zen is an entertaining and enlightening bridge-builder." Essays include - The Accidental Buddhist: How One Small Town American Kid Fell Headlong Into the Dharma Stream, and More Than Three Decades Later, Is Still Swimming; 5 Ways Being Buddhist in Small Town America is Like Being Bigfoot; What Would Buddha Inject?: Buddhist Religious Objections to Mandatory Childhood Immunization; What Ails the World and its Very Simple Cure; This Buddhist’s Faith: A Treatise on the Moving of Mountains; and Pale Blue Zen.< Less
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A Storm That Defines Me By Zo Duncan
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Zo Duncan’s “A Storm That Defines Me” is an enchanting collection of poems. This book speaks on many common challenges from heartbreak to trust issues. Featuring titles such as... More > “Scared to Love You” and “Virgin”, this book appeals to all readers, from the hopeless romantics to the spoken word masters. This must have collection is complimented with an audio book for non-traditional readers. Get the complete collection to truly enjoy this work of art.< Less
A Storm that Defines Me By Zo Duncan
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Zo Duncan’s “A Storm That Defines Me” is an enchanting collection of poems. This book speaks on many common challenges from heartbreak to trust issues. Featuring titles such as... More > “Scared to Love You” and “Virgin”, this book appeals to all readers, from the hopeless romantics to the spoken word masters. This must have collection is complimented with an audio book for non-traditional readers. Get the complete collection to truly enjoy this work of art.< Less
What Would Buddha Inject? Buddhist Objections to Mandatory Childhood Immunization By Harold Zo
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Whatever the debatable benefits of our national childhood immunization program may be, the Karmic cost in ongoing, unrepentant, intentionally-inflicted animal suffering, mutilation and death is... More > mindbogglingly, exponentially higher. From a vegetarian Buddhist perspective, childhood immunization represents a spiritual abomination of unimaginable proportions. I couldn’t believe what I had unknowingly permitted to be injected into my son’s body in infancy. Needless to say, we never returned to the County Health Department, or the mandatory vaccination schedule. So there I stood before the school registrar’s desk. There was no shot record to provide. My son was not "up to date" on his immunizations, and by everything I hold sacred, he was not going to "catch up" on my watch. I felt like a deer in the woods who has just heard the rustle of a hunter’s boot in dry leaves... A free full chapter excerpt from "Zo-Zen: Zen Buddhist Essays and Insights from the Small Town Big Mind of Harold Zo."< Less
Pale Blue Zen By Harold Zo
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At the core of Zen lie two interlocking, and potentially discomforting propositions – "Dependent Generation," which is the simple observation that everything that is was caused by... More > something that preexisted it, therefore nothing can be said to be independent of, or even truly separate from, everything else in the universe; and "No-Self," which is to say that, if, from an ultimate standpoint, you can’t really separate any one thing from another, then there ultimately is no separate me standing here in my back yard looking up at the stars. It would be truer to say that the universe is simply happening, and both my looking and the stars’ being seen are inseparable aspects of that same, simple happening, like shining facets adorning opposite sides of a single jewel. Turn the jewel this way, you see me, alone in my back yard, staring up into the sky. Turn the jewel again and bring it back to your eye. Now the universe is looking down into my back yard, at what passes for me, looking up...< Less
Mantra 24 By Bon Zo
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Dopo un silenzio durato cinque anni, l'autore si ripropone al pubblico in una facciata completamente nuova. Via il sapore mistico di "Onda Selvaggia", via gli ambienti comici e spettrali di... More > "La Galleria Ubriaca", questo nuovo lavoro apre completamente le porte ad un nuova tipologia di poesia, ritmata, conversativa, intima, a volte quasi "reppata". Correlata di immagini a fumetti, l'opera scorre via come se fossero episodi di una miniserie tv, veloci, senza interruzioni. In questo lavoro, lo stile profetico-grottesco-splatter dell'autore è ai massimi livelli. Mantra 24 pare non sia scritto con una comune penna, ma con le zampe anteriori di una mantide affamata.< Less
Tre Giorni D'Estate By Lorenzo Zò
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La storia di un ventiquattrenne incasinato che scopre l'amore, quello vero? Chi lo sa, ma il batticuore è alle stelle! Tra puntelli, baciotti e lunghe chiacchierate tra amici si svolge la... More > storia di Giovanni Zò, giovane universitario che si divide tra Milano e Viareggio. "E' un libro che ti appassiona veramente, infatti una volta terminato, ti lascia un pò di nostalgia e ti dispiace di averlo già concluso. L'autore parla di Amore, ma anche di tanti altri valori. Infine ... LEGGETELO!!!!! Sicuramente non ve ne pentirete!" Valentina "... finalmente, dopo mesi d'attesa l'ho letto, proprio quando il mio maschio dice di non farcela + a portare avanti 2 storie, ma:... 2 storie??? Che XXXXX dici ??? Ed intanto la Francy viene amata e sognata... complimenti all'autore, m'è piaciuto molto!" Betty< Less