[Tokyo]: Kokudosha, 1952. First printing. Fold-out frontispiece map, colored. Softcover. Duodecimo. iv, 93 pages. Near fine, with just a hint of rubbing at bottom of upper joint fold and light soil to rear cover.
A fascinating comparison of the anthropomorphism and symbolism of Christianity with the airy transparency and elusiveness of Zen. Blyth--who was a noted Zen student under D. T. Suzuki--finds common ground through a poetical-religious life that sees everything suffered or done as significant, to ourselves as well as the flow of life in the world. Make our daily, hourly lives mean something to God and ourselves.