This book is about life. To describe it with a single metaphor would be like putting the universe into a single equation. It is not all that feasible. With how complex it is, everyone’s always trying to figure everything out, their minds kicking up dust as they run and run. But when they sit and breathe, the dust settles, and they see what was right in front of them all along. The chapters explain this meditation perspective and some of its applications. Picture this: if you’re living in the fast lane, everything is a blur outside your vehicle’s window. It is hard to appreciate those simple things if you do not slow down. Discover how the empty mind dwarfs the open mind.
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I’m both a mathematician and a writer. I started meditating and studying Buddhist philosophy about 3.5 years ago. It changed my life. In particular, the books Not Always so and Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind by Shunryu Suzuki really influenced me. I wanted to share all that I learned, so I wrote it down. It took about 2.5 years since I am a perfectionist. I still meditate every day and continue to learn.