A Heart Blown Open: The Life & Practice of Zen Master Jun Po by Keith Martin-Smith

By Keith Martin-Smith

Denis Kelly's existence is a component Hunter S. Thompson, half Timothy Leary, and half Eckhart Tolle. From his beginnings in an abusive and alcoholic domestic in Wisconsin to changing into a massive strength within the counterculture stream, after which from a existence at the run and in felony to a existence in a monastery and in carrier, it really is as interesting because it is inspirational.
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