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If You're Lucky, Your Heart Will Break: Field Notes from a Zen Life

by James Ishmael Ford

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Let me respectfully remind you:
Life and death are of supreme importance.
Time swiftly passes by and opportunity is lost.
Eash of us should strive to awaken... awaken!
Take heed!
Do not squander your life.
--Traditional Zen verse
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For Jan Seymour-Ford
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As best anyone knows, the first Zen master to teach in the West was the Japanese abbot Soyen Shaku.
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