3 Lessons from a Japanese Zen Master

“If your mind is diverted in any way, your actions will falter” — Takuan Soho

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I’ve been reading the works of Takuan Soho, a Japanese Zen Master who practiced in the 16th and 17th centuries.

He wrote a collection of letters to various Master Swordsman and some of his work has been collected into a small handbook called, The

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