Synopses & Reviews
In 1929, when author Dwight Goddard wrote The Buddha's Golden Path, he was breaking ground. No American before him had lived the lifestyle of a Zen Buddhist monk, and then set out to share the secrets he had learned with his countrymen. Released in the midst of the Great Depression, this title offered answers to the questions that millions of people were beginning to ask--questions about what was really important in their lives. Questions we still ask ourselves today. A true classic, The Buddha's Golden Path has touched countless lives, and has opened the door for future generations in this country to study and embrace the principles of Zen.