by Eihei Dogen, with commentary by Kosho Uchiyama
In the thirteenth century, Zen master Dogen wrote a practical manual drawing parallels between preparing meals for the Zen monastery and spiritual training, teaching his monks how to "cook," or refine, their lives. In this volume, Kosho Uchiyama Roshi brings Dogen's text to life for the benefit of modern-day practitioners with a translation and commentary that truly constitute a "cookbook for life"—one that shows us how to live with an unbiased mind in the midst of our workaday world.
Paperback, 136 pages.
drifting away, there are times that we need to be reminded that we have forgotten to notice.