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Sean Murphy is the founder and director of The Sage Institute for the Environment, Creativity and Consciousness (Sharon Salzberg, Ram Dass and Andrew Harvey are on the board of directors). He teaches meditation, creative writing and literature for UNM-Taos and, also, teaches for the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe.
"This beautifully written book will open the Zen world to everyone." --Natalie Goldberg "Intelligent, funny, wise and, best of all, speaks to the heart." --Rafe Martin, Zen Bow "The book gives you a profound glimpse into the well of the Zen mind...." -"Santa Fe New Mexican" "a genuine Zen classic." --Brian Bruya, Amazon Review "Highly recommended." --Peter Haskel, "Zen Notes" "When we hear of 'living zen', we think of Sean. Stories to inspire the mind and to find the true heart; the great emptiness is full of love." -Stephen and Ondrea Levine, author of "A Year to Live: How to Live This Year as If It Were Your Last" "Sean Murphy's eloquent book is thought-provoking and lovely. This collection of 108 new teaching stories in the American Zen Buddhist tradition is a poetic account of the transplanting of Zen Buddhism to this new Western soil and some of the various ways it has taken root here in the lives of a wide spectrum of teachers and practitioners." -Sharon Salzberg, author and co-founder of The Insight Meditation Center "Anyone looking for insightful quotes, humor, Zen wisdom, or even just a good story will find something in these bite-sized anecdotes " --"Tricycle Magazine", 2002