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Plant Seed, Pull Weed
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In the tradition of Rick Field’s inspirational bestseller Chop Wood, Carry Water comes Geri Larkin’s Plant Seed, Pull Weed. Larkin, a management consultant turned Zen priest, has written a book to help readers nurture both garden and soul. Taking us through the steps of planning, planting, nurturing and maintaining a garden, Larkin tells funny stories while offering inspiring lessons on what plants can teach us about our lives. A sort of Zen Chicken Soup for the Soul, this charming book will inspire readers to get their hands dirty and cultivate their inner selves.Geri Larkin gave up a successful career as a management consultant to become a Buddhist priest. A practicing Buddhist since 1988, she was ordained in 1995, and founded a Zen meditation center in the heart of inner city Detroit. She is the author of Stumbling Toward Enlightenment, Building a Business the Buddhist Way, Tap Dancing in Zen, First You Shave Your Head, The Stillpoint Dhammapada, and The Chocolate Cake Sutra. A Zen Buddhist “Guiding Teacher,” she currently lives near Seattle. “What a joy to find spiritual writing so deeply rooted in the life of the earth. If the Buddha were alive today, Geri Larkin would be his gardener.” – Clark Strand, author of Meditation Without Gurus: A Guide to the Heart of Practice
|Publication Date||Oct 12, 2009|