Monday, September 8, 2008

Zen in the Art of Archery. Eugen Herrigel.

Very little happens within this book, yet it remains applicable to every difficult endeavour (except for synchronised swimming, you people should just be ashamed). Outwardly a diary bemoaning the syntactic frustrations of a western teacher when he becomes a student to an eastern man - it sings praises for determination, humility and perseverance.

There's some archery in it too.

My favourite book. Lent and re bought many times.

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