Jefferson Exchange | July 7, 2014 | 9:00
Mon July 7, 2014
Paradise In Plain Sight
Remember the book and movie "Being There?"
The main character is mistaken for a genius because he speaks about life as a garden… but that's because gardening is all he knows.
We'll give Zen Buddhist priest Karen Maezen Miller credit for a broader knowledge of life than that.
But she, too, finds many parallels between life and gardening.
And she shares the comparisons with us in her book Paradise In Plain Sight: Lessons From A Zen Garden.