Sermons of a Buddhist Abbot
by Soyen Shaku
'Sermons of a Buddhist Abbot ' Summary
"The Zen that can be explained is not the Zen" said the second patriarch to Bodhi Dharma but this book tries to explain the basic principles that can help you get started on the journey of experiencing Zen. Some of the essays in this book were used as a reference by Leo Tolstoy in one of his works.
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