Books tagged: zendo

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Answer Your Love Letters: Footnotes to a Zen Practice
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 48,150. Language: English. Published: May 9, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Self-realization
"Answer Your Love Letters" is a series of short reflections and observations by an author who has spent 40 years practicing Zen Buddhism. The book offers no cookie-cutter answers to the serious and intimate questions any reader might have. "Answer Your Love Letters" is, in its way, simply a love letter that the reader may choose to answer.
The Path
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Price: $11.99 USD. Words: 17,830. Language: English. Published: April 10, 2011. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
The Path offers a beautifully poetic vision of an unorthodox spiritual journey spanning nearly a decade and a half. The author, Silent Temple, is neoZen in his orientation but also subtly existential and unbounded in his sensibilities. The book is beautifully illustrated by the author, as well. A must read by Western and Eastern audiences for its insights, depth of vision, and artistic mastery.
One Hand Killing
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Series: An Alex Sullivan Zen Mystery, Book 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 95,830. Language: English. Published: November 28, 2011. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Burned out from the gritty streets and depraved criminals she deals with daily, NYPD Detective Alex Sullivan escapes to the only place she can find any peace—a Zen Monastery in the Catskill Mountains. But while there, the walls of this once peaceful sanctuary are breached by the horror of ritual murders and the slow acid drip of suspicion.
Harvest of Change
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Series: The Alcantarans, Book 9. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 39,700. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2012. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera
Zendo wanted to be out in the countryside trading. He needed to make money so he could marry Illy. The Sultan interrupted his plans when the troops messed with Zendo's customers and came after him. It was time to put a stop to this nonsense. But how could two ordinary citizens stop a well armed army? How would the four young maidens from under the sea enter in to this conflict?