Instructions to the Cook

Instructions to the Cook

A Zen Master's Lessons in Living A Life That Matters

Book - 1996
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Introducing Child Psychology is for all those who want to find out what child psychology can tell us about the nature and development of children. Written at a level that assumes no previous knowledge, it is designed for students in schools and universities embarking on courses in psychology, and for those training to work with children on professional courses such as teachers and social workers.
Publisher: New York : Bell Tower, [1996]
Copyright Date: ©1996
ISBN: 9780517703779
Branch Call Number: 294.3444 Gla
Characteristics: ix, 171 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Fields, Rick


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MaxineML Jan 29, 2014

This short book is part history of Glassman's work with Greystone Bakery and Greystone Inn in New York and Yonkers. The other half of the book is a take on Dogen's famous zen book Instructions to the Cook, and Glassman's interpretation of it.

Both halves of the book are equally fascinating, but each on its own would have made a fine read. I've finished this book wanting to learn more about Glassman and his story, and his journey. While equally wishing he had spent more time elucidating the concepts of Zen in this book.

Either way, this short read has more than enough to keep everyone thinking about the concepts and ideas of Zen, helping others, and mindful living for a long while.

Highly recommended.

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