If I did not become the world's most prolific translator of Buddhist texts into American-English, I would have become a stuffy philosopher from the Claremont Colleges of California.
|Made known is the Path to Freedom|
He began so slowly, with such basic things that one would have thought nothing was going to happen. Then came the sidebars, the added knowledge, the extras, answering our questions, clarifying point of contention. He was miraculously able to answer anything with chapter and verse references right out of his head. He at 75 is well and happy, spry and sharp, much more lucid than when we last saw him in New York.