A practical approach to Zen Buddhism applicable to daily life. It is a condensed version of his books and the author’s voice is in-keeping with the message. But even though I really appreciate the author and I never get tired of reading or listening to his books, it would have been nice not to have to listen twice to chapters 8 and 9 (duplicated in 10 and 11).
This was a good recording of a lecture series that Rohr did back in 1985. It’s over 20 years old and many of the problems he talks about are still here. Most of what he shares is pretty timeless. The only real complaint I have is that during the Q&A part at the end of each lecture it is nearly impossible to hear what the audience is asking. He often summarizes the question before answering, but not always.