The Way Of Zen
“In 1961, a young man, recently employed as an engineer at IBM in its heyday, attended a party at the home of a friend. Perusing the bookshelves of his hostess, he discovered a book that was to change his life and, therefore, those of many others over the next twenty-five years. The man was Les Kaye; the book was The Way of Zen by Alan Watts.” written by Merrill-roshi from the introduction of Zen at Work.
Zen at Work remains as witty, fresh, vibrant, and insightful today as it was fifty years ago. Half of the book relates the rich history of Zen Buddhism while the second half devotes itself to Zen principles and practices. A very nice review by Mary Kay McBrayer for the Buddhistchannel.