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Don't Worry

Discover why 90% of your worries won’t come true in this highly practical, internationally bestselling guide by the renowned Zen Buddhist author of The Art of Simple Living.

Think of a time when you were worried about something, but then you suddenly realized how insignificant it was. Isn’t it amazing how much lighter you felt? The key is to focus only on the here and now. By doing so, you free yourself from unnecessary anxiety, and your mind will be at peace.

In Don’t Worry, you will learn to:

Lesson #1: stop comparing yourself to others — 90% of your obsessions will disappear;

Lesson #4: remove unnecessary things from your life and make your life absolutely simple;

Lesson #10: stop seeking, stop rushing, stop obsessing;

Lesson #11: interpret things positively — you are the one to decide whether you are happy or not;

Lesson #14: stop taking in too much information;

Lesson #19: take a break from competition — it’s the Zen way of avoiding anxiety;

Lesson #24: act instead of worrying — things will definitely work out better.

By following this book’s 48 simple lessons — and taking to heart the nearly 30 zengo, or Zen sayings, quoted throughout — you’ll enjoy a calmer, more relaxed, more positive version of yourself.

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Shunmyo  Masuno

Shunmyō Masuno (born 28 February 1953) is a Japanese monk and garden designer. He is chief priest of the Sōtō Zen temple Kenkō-ji, professor at Tama Art University, and president of a design firm that has completed numerous projects in Japan and overseas. He has been called "Japan's leading garden designer".

When designing a garden, Masuno first meditates and establishes a dialog with the space. This requires an emptying of the self in order to "hear" the elements of the garden speak. In discussions with the philosopher Koji Tanaka, he explained his perspective on the ethics of gardening, saying that gardening brings about a gentleness in the designer, builder, and caretakers.

The garden teaches the suchness or intrinsic value of each thing, the connectedness, harmony, tranquility, and sacredness of the everyday. Developing a sense of respect for all things is no small step in becoming an ethical human being, both with respect to other humans and the environment at large.

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