Jack Haubner, author of Single White Monk & Zen Confidential

We all got to sit down and talk with Jack Haubner, author of Zen Confidential and Single White Monk, and we were all super geeked about it.

When Brent R. Oliver reviewed Jack’s book, we were all intrigued. One of the missions of The Tattooed Buddha is to highlight the extreme humanness of people that are practicing Buddhism, or even people just trying to be better people. Jack’s books seemed to touch on this exactly. When we found out we had the opportunity to actually talk to Jack and ask questions, we were all super excited and grateful!

Sit back and listen to Jack talk about being a monk, his family, being a writer (how one Buddhist writer drops books like babies from the Octo-mom), practicing Buddhism in everyday life, and dick jokes.

 

 

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