"Zen Questions equally introduces and expands our American understanding of Buddhist teachings, and of the many possibilities in navigating our own lives." --
– Jane Hirshfield
"This is a wise and inspiring book."
– Roshi Joan Halifax, author of Being with Dying
"Taigen Leighton is full of compassion for the reader, whether a beginning or experienced practitioner."
– Susan Moon, author of Not Turning Away: The Practice of Engaged Buddhism
"Leighton offers his readers an impressive array of insights into Soto Zen meditation practice."
– Christopher Ives, author of Imperial-Way Zen
"Clear, accurate and eminently useful."
– Peter Coyote (HoSho JiShi, ordination name), actor and author.
"These delightful essays take us another step down the long lonesome road toward naturalizing dharma into our own cultural matrix."
– Zoketsu Norman Fischer, author of Sailing Home
"This is an incredibly valuable book, useful for anyone who wishes to integrate their heart-work with work in the world."
– James Ishmael Ford, author of Zen Master WHO?, co-editor of The Book of Mu
"Taigen Dan Leighton has done his homework, digs deep, and comes up with treasure."
– David Chadwick, author of Crooked Cucumber: the Life and Zen Teaching of Shunryu Suzuki
– Steven Heine, author of Did Dogen Go to China
"Unique and scintillating. I highly recommend this book to anyone who cherishes the illumination of wisdom both ancient and modern."
– Lewis Richmond, author of Work as a Spiritual Practice