Jerusalem Moonlight: An American Zen Teacher Walks the Path of His Ancestors

“Fischer alternates chapters on his visit to Israel with reveries on his life as a Zen teacher at Green Gulch…. He leapfrogs effortlessly among the various tapestries of his life, across several years, cultures, and even continents.

“… In Jerusalem Moonlight Judaism and Buddhism do not easily commingle, but the tension between them sparkles with buoyancy, celebrating this modern, mysterious intersection of two ancient traditions.” — Eve Marko

San Francisco, CA: Clear Glass Publications (Sep 1, 1995)

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