Ten writes about the rural Buddhist Monks and Nuns of a forest temple in Asia. He can’t speak the language. No one there speaks English. He is penniless, has no intention of studying spiritual discipline, and is amusingly psychotic. He redefines life and reports the details in a manner so intimate and natural that you’ll think you are having coffee on a barstool in the temple with him. You may laugh a lot on your way to Nirvana! You may say “Ouch!” a few times, too. Magic is redefined as objective reality and common sense. Spirit is presented as a functional friend, without the fairy dust. The main character’s life runs through death into reincarnation without ever leaving his body—and he describes this process to us in living color.?http://fearlesspuppy.org
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