An American Zen teacher walks the path of his ancestorsBy Norman Fischer | 1995
A highly accessible, personal, intelligent and honest look at the experience of a Jewish Buddhist. What I particularly liked about this book was that he (Fischer) used personal anecdotes that illuminated the intersection between his two beliefs. They seem to peacefully coexist. His description of his travel through Israel was vivd and enticing. His enjoyment and wonder were palpable. By the end of the book, I was ready to board a plane. I highly recommend this book to anyone even remotely interested in the subject.
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