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Musashi's Dokkodo (The Way of Walking Alone): Half Crazy, Half Genius-Finding Modern Meaning in the Sword Saint's Last Words

Musashi's Dokkodo (The Way of Walking Alone): Half Crazy, Half Genius-Finding Modern Meaning in the Sword Saint's Last Words By Miyamoto Musashi Lawrence Kane Kris Wilder Alain Burrese Lisa Christensen Wallace Smedley Dan Anderson Musashi s Dokkodo The Way of Walking Alone Half Crazy Half Genius Finding Modern Meaning in the Sword Saint s Last Words th Annual USA Best Book Award Winner philosophy category Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist USA Best Book Awards Finalist The authors have mad

  • Title: Musashi's Dokkodo (The Way of Walking Alone): Half Crazy, Half Genius-Finding Modern Meaning in the Sword Saint's Last Words
  • Author: Miyamoto Musashi Lawrence Kane Kris Wilder Alain Burrese Lisa Christensen Wallace Smedley Dan Anderson
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  • Page: 286
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  • Musashi's Dokkodo (The Way of Walking Alone): Half Crazy, Half Genius-Finding Modern Meaning in the Sword Saint's Last Words By Miyamoto Musashi Lawrence Kane Kris Wilder Alain Burrese Lisa Christensen Wallace Smedley Dan Anderson 13th Annual USA Best Book Award Winner philosophy category 2016 Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist2016 USA Best Book Awards Finalist The authors have made classic samurai wisdom accessible to the modern martial artist like never before Goran Powell, award winning author of Chojun and A Sudden Dawn It s fascinating 13th Annual USA Best Book Award Winner philosophy category 2016 Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist2016 USA Best Book Awards Finalist The authors have made classic samurai wisdom accessible to the modern martial artist like never before Goran Powell, award winning author of Chojun and A Sudden Dawn It s fascinating stuff Steve Perry, New York Times bestselling author The precepts offer priceless advice to anyone Kate Vitasek, University of Tennessee The five point perspective inspired deep introspection I have been elevated to higher and deeper levels of personal and professional growth by reading this book Laela Erickson, Senior Business Development ExecutiveMiyamoto Musashi 1584 1645 was arguably the greatest swordsman who ever lived, a legendary figure whose methods of thought and strategy have been studied and adopted across a wide spectrum of society, from martial artists to military leaders to captains of industry The iconic sword saint of Japan was clearly a genius, yet he was also a functional psychopath ruthless, fearless, hyper focused, and utterly without conscience Shortly before he died, Musashi wrote down his final thoughts about life for his favorite student Terao Magonojo to whom Go Rin No Sho, his famous Book of Five Rings, had also been dedicated He called this treatise Dokkodo, which translates as The Way of Walking Alone The book you hold in your ha
    Musashi's Dokkodo (The Way of Walking Alone): Half Crazy, Half Genius-Finding Modern Meaning in the Sword Saint's Last Words By Miyamoto Musashi Lawrence Kane Kris Wilder Alain Burrese Lisa Christensen Wallace Smedley Dan Anderson

    Dokk d Musashi s Dokkodo The Way of Walking Alone This treatise contains Musashi s original precepts of the Dokkodo along with five different interpretations of each passage written from the viewpoints of a monk Wilder , a warrior Burrese , a teacher Smedley , an insurance executive Christensen , and a businessman Kane Each contributor has taken a divergent path from the others, yet shares the commonality of being a lifelong martial Musashi s Dokkodo The Way of Walking Alone Half Crazy Musashi s Dokkodo The Way of Walking Alone Half Crazy, Half Genius Finding Modern Meaning in the Sword Saint s Last Words Paperback November , by Miyamoto Musashi Author , Alain Burrese Author , Lisa A Christensen Author , . out of stars ratings See all formats and editions Dokkodo The Way to be Followed Alone by Miyamoto Musashi Musashi s Dokkodo The Way of Walking Alone Half Crazy Quotes from Musashi s Dokkodo The fact of the matter is that the world does not care about you or me, our hopes, our desires, or our dreams And, the world of dreams, hopes, and desires that is constructed between our ears it is not necessarily a reflection of what is Miyamoto Musashi s Dokk d A Ronin s Laws of Life Jan , Musashi Miyamoto is a Samurai Ronin who knows no equal A master of swordsmanship, weapons, and the Niten Ichi ry School and Strategy Nearing the end of his life Musashi wrote two masterpieces, containing all his wisdom and years The Dokkodo and Go Rin No Sho The Dokkodo is an interesting.

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    1. Raven on said:

      I wanted to like this much than I did, but they kinda lost me even at the intro they went from Musashi might have displayed some pathological tendencies to let s use a dictionary definition to diagnose mental health conditions of historical figures to so he was 100% most definitely a psychopath I think they might have a worthwhile line of inquiry there, but their conclusions were not supported sufficiently by their argument, and certainly not to the degree of assurance with which they argued th [...]

    2. Arigemu on said:

      No viene mal leer algo diferente de vez en cuando Si una cultura considera a un hombre como un gran hombre y dicho hombre ha escrito algo, pues a leerlo No fue esta edici n la que le fue en espa ol, no la encontr Poder admirar los trazos en japon s al lado de cada precepto vali la pena.

    3. Michael Lipford on said:

      It had some good insights The precepts are essentially 21 sentences interpreted by five different people I read about what I need some were very relevant and skipped some others didn t apply at all A book worth checking out though.

    4. Sugoi10 on said:

      A great book on Kenjutsu by the master lone wolf, consider it as Supplementary to The Book of Five Rings.

    5. Raymond Goss on said:

      Interesting read and commentary dialog Not sure I gained much from the book Musashi s original would fit on a page.

    6. Marci on said:

      I have really mixed feelings about this book, which are basically identical to my mixed feelings about the various authors and their opinions on Musashi s Dokkodo precepts A couple of them seemed to have useful, insightful things to say One seemed to have views that I found strongly offensive The remaining couple were hit or miss, neither consistently good nor consistently aggravating.Additionally, this book was in desperate need of a copy editor There were quite a few cases of people using what [...]

    7. Marci on said:

      I have really mixed feelings about this book, which are basically identical to my mixed feelings about the various authors and their opinions on Musashi s Dokkodo precepts A couple of them seemed to have useful, insightful things to say One seemed to have views that I found strongly offensive The remaining couple were hit or miss, neither consistently good nor consistently aggravating.Additionally, this book was in desperate need of a copy editor There were quite a few cases of people using what [...]

    8. Ta0paipai on said:

      This book was a nice surprise in many ways First, I loved Kane and Wilder s deconstruction of Musashi s character, chopping him down from god and honorable man of bushido to a psychopath This psychopath theory becomes vital to the examination of Musashi s theories in the chapters that follow.Next, I has no idea Musashi had a work other than A Book of Five Rings A short collection of thoughts, Dokkodo feels like the self published, self help hacking work of its day I might even go as far to say i [...]

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