I Took the Buddha Shopping

"When you are asleep you don't know what goes on with those who are awake." When he said that I started to realize this guy wasn't just a retired businessman living by a country club. We were very different men, unlikely to meet. He'd been a CEO and I'd been a street person and yet we became friends. This is the story of that friendship, of a spiritual teaching and of opening a man's heart.

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About Bill Bruzy

Bill Bruzy is director of The Austin Men’s Center. He has a Masters of Health Sciences degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health in Mental Health Program Planning and is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in Texas. A feature writer for New Texas Magazine for ten years, freelance writer and photographer Bill has published over 150 articles including interviews with Deepak Chopra, Richard Gere, Robert Bly, James Redfield and many others. In addition to writing Bill has shown photos at The Calument Photographic Gallery in San Francisco, Photofest in Houston and various venues in Austin long with publishing photographs in American Heritage Magazine, Baltimore Sunday Sun and other publications.

For more information visit www.austinmenscenter.com and www.bruzy.com


Review by: Richard Cook on March 21, 2011 : (no rating)
I TOOK THE BUDDHA SHOPPING is a wonderful story that touched me in a very deep way. A story of a man's search for enlightenment that will inform the reader in a way few writers can master. While I admit that I consider Bill a very good friend, I have not pressed him for the details of the creation of this wonderful work. I suspect it is mostly, if not totally, autobiographical. Regardless of the details it is, for me, a trans formative work. He has put into words many of the things I have felt but did not have the ablity to express. I loved it and will re-visit often. Richard Cook
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
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