佼成出版社 (Japan) 2012
978-4-333-02573-2 (Used Book) First Edition, Book, Cover, Obi (creased at center of spine)
size : 13.0 x 18.8 x 1.6cm 270g
condition : EX+(Cover edge slightly scuffed)
language : Japanese
An essay on the life and views of Enku, a true Buddhist and avant-garde Buddhist master who is a peer of Mokui.
The following is reprinted from the obi.
What are the obstacles of the legendary monk who carved 120,000 statues of gods and Buddha?
I measure the passion of a religious person by the length and depth of his or her journey.
I walk, walk, walk, face to face with the common people, and remove each person's worries, hesitations, suffering, and pain.
In the wake of the recent Great East Japan Earthquake, what was most needed on the devastated seashore was
I believe that what was most needed in the devastated seaside after the Great East Japan Earthquake was a clinician with a soul like Enku. Satoru Hayasaka