Kodo Sawaki Roshi eschewed the temptations of authority and power, repeatedly refusing to become a temple abbot or to assume other official duties. He lived instead a homeless life of travel and service to others, bringing Zen to common people in teachings that are short, sharp, irreverent, and often funny. With commentary by Kosho Uchiyama and Shohaku Okumura, the teachings of Homeless Kodo continue to bring
insight to people facing the problems of living in the modern world.
Paperback, 228 pages