LIVING ZEN! The Story of Zen With 26 Principles & Practices That Will Help You Succeed in Life!by Boye Lafayette De Mente
From India Buddhism/Zen was introduced into China, then into Korea and finally into Japan, where it found a home. Japan�s ruling samurai warriors made Zen the foundation of their code of behavior, creating
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The origin of Buddhism in India ages ago and the development of Zen as a refinement was one of the great philosophical advances in the history of mankind.
From India Buddhism/Zen was introduced into China, then into Korea and finally into Japan, where it found a home. Japan�s ruling samurai warriors made Zen the foundation of their code of behavior, creating one of the most remarkable classes of people on the planet.
This book tells the story of Zen and the 13 principles and 13 practices that Japan�s most famous samurai warrior created and lived by in one of the most remarkable lives in the history of man.
LIVING ZEN briefly relates the story of Zen in India, China, Korea and Japan, and then presents the principles and practices that detail the attributes that are needed to have a fully developed mature mindset and succeed in life.
It is a valuable guide for success in social relationships, in sports, in business, in politics�in every human endeavor.
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Meet the Author
Boy� Lafayette De Mente has been involved with Japan, China, Korea and Mexico since the late 1940s as a member of a U.S. intelligence agency, student, journalist, editor and author working out of Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore and Mexico City. He is a graduate of Jochi University in Tokyo, and The American Institute for Foreign Trade (in 1953), now Thunderbird School of Global Management, in Glendale, Arizona, USA.
De Mente wrote the first ever books on the Japanese way of doing business (Japanese Etiquette and Ethics in Business in 1959 and How to Do Business in Japan in 1962), and was the first to introduce the now commonly used Japanese terms wa, nemawashi, kaizen, tatemae-honne, shibui, sabi and wabi to the outside business world!
His 70-plus other books run the gamut from language learning to the night-time "pink" trades in Japan, the sensual nature of Oriental cultures, male-female relations, and understanding and coping with the Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Mexican mindset in business and social situations. He has also written extensively about his home state of Arizona and the failures of American culture.
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