Martin Bayne on Learning to Turn the Stream of Compassion Within looks with a soulful heart and a scholar’s mind at one of Mankind’s most difficult challenges: the ability to love oneself unconditionally. The author, a literary journal publisher who is a former Soto Zen Buddhist monk, journalist, MIT scholar, corporate CEO, and elder care advocate, uses his own 62 years of life as a teaching tool for those who would turn the stream of compassion within. His vignettes and essays will open your heart and mind to the fullness of everyday life, complete with every day’s moments of exhilaration and tragedy. The reviews are in: Joy Loverde, author of “The Complete Eldercare Planner” (published by Random House), said, “This book is profound. You made me laugh. You made me cry. I am humbled to be your forever friend in this life.” And according to Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Michael Vitez, “Martin Bayne has what most writers lack: passion. When he writes, the keyboard is on fire.”
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About the Author
Now known as "the Voice of Aging Boomers," Martin Bayne was born in Binghamton, New York in 1950. He has been a journalist, a Soto Zen Buddhist monk, an MIT scholar, a corporate CEO an elder care advocate, and he is now Publisher of a literary journal, "The Feathered Flounder."