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by: Dillon Masters
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Publication Date: August 15, 2011
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 237
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
More than 30 years ago, author Dillon Masters left behind a prosperous career on Madison Avenue to plunge the depths of human consciousness by following the path of Zen Buddhism. In the process of that exploration he awoke to a worldview vastly different from the perspectives enjoyed by ordinary people.
In this book, Masters examines the motive and the solution of dominating greed that is shaping our contemporary world and driving us toward an abyss. As the world rushes forward with ever increasing speed to carve off exclusive shares of dwindling resources, Masters calls us back to find within what we all desire.
Prior to his quest, he served two tours of duty in Viet Nam as a Marine Corps artillery officer, spent most of his adult life as an executive in the advertising business and then took an about face toward spiritual fulfillment and graduated from world-renowned Union Theological Seminary in New York City.
Masters uniquely joins the ancient art of Zen with Gnostic Christianity to present a lost perspective on what genuine wealth is all about, and in so doing offers us an alternative to the self-destructive course we are presently pursuing.
For the past few years he has taught Zen at both the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. He is now retired, living in Kansas and using his skill at writing to awaken us to the fulfillment we already possess but lays hidden beneath our erroneous beliefs about realty.
In addition to writing books he maintains an ongoing blog that addresses perspectives on contemporary issues. The blog may be found on the web at http://dillonspace.blogspot.com
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