"The truth is, there's nothing to find." Wisdom from the father of Zen, the first to see buddhahood in a grain of sand, in the natural, plain world. Beautiful. It will change your life. I keep this book on my bedside table.
I sincerely repent of my previous review which slandered these wondrous tracts. I was foolish and heedless in doing so. Suffice to say, if you want to get the jist of what Zen is outside of the "Ah, how pretty the trees in Oneness." Buy this book and some of the others by Thomas Cleary. They're all quite nice.