Muhatsu and the Buddha's Bowl
On his quest of truth, Muhatsu discovers that “One often meets her while fixing one’s mistakes”.
Author : Lou Ma Ho
Illustration : Fabienne Destrem
Translation Adaptation : Aziliz Samica
Muhatsu was born without a single hair on his head; hence his name, which in Japanese means: whith no hair. His old Zen Master has suggested he goes in search of Madam Shinjitsu (Madam Truth) and not return to the temple until he has found her…
On his quest Muhatsu discovers that “One often meets her while fixing one’s mistakes”.
Muhatsu and the Buddha's Bowl is the fourth volume of the Zen tales of Lou Ma Ho. The French version is : Muhatsu et le bol sacré.
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Petit album zen - Zen tale
from 5 to 105 years
10 x 14,5 cm
Thèmes : zen tale, truth, wisdom, monk, bowl, sacred, object
Disponibilité : En stock, expédition sous 48h
- État du produit : Neuf
- Fabricant : Le Pré du Plain