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Zen on the Go A drawing together of simple yet deep life experiences.

Author Name: Aditi Pant | Format: Paperback | Genre : Philosophy | Other Details

It takes time and a lot of seasons for a great tree to realize its true dimensions. From that vantage point, it tells us stories—stories not only of joy but also those that contain pain. As the seasons change, the tree changes as well; it rejoices with spring, tempers with summer, wizens with autumn and quietens with the winter. This process of watching the tree as it accepts, embodies and reflects every season and learns from it is the very alchemy of Zen.

All of us have grown up listening to stories from this tree of life. The esoteric becomes real in the telling and retelling of stories. It is these stories that teach us that happiness is not found in seeking out extraordinary experiences but in examining our life closely, in reflecting on our experiences and in becoming more cognizant of our surroundings—just like the tree.

This is a book of little stories and anecdotal experiences, which pull us out of our hectic schedules and help us discover a moment of Zen in our own lives.

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Aditi Pant

A post-graduate in Education from the University of Delaware, USA, Aditi Pant is the Vice Principal of Indus International School, Bangalore. She has taught English Language and Literature to high school students for more than a decade. In 2016, she not only won the NDTV South Zone award for excellence in teaching English but also went on to win the National award for teaching English in the same year.

Aditi is a columnist for the newspaper Deccan Herald and regularly writes for the columns ‘Oasis’ and ‘Right in the middle’. Her award-winning short story Written in Sand was also published in Deccan Herald. Writing is both her passion and sanctuary. Most of her ‘free’ moments go in reading novels and writing articles, anecdotes and stories. Her husband and daughters don’t seem to complain about the fact that she never has a writer’s block.

Her articles often underscore the extraordinary learnings in the seemingly mundane practices of life. She believes that by examining our own life, and by reflecting upon our experiences, we make it more meaningful.

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