A Zen Master named Nansen was once asked, "What is the Way?" He replied, "Ordinary, everyday mind is the Way."
In this book, Mindfulness Specialist, Zen Sherpa, and Chi Master Al J. Simon relates his own personal musings on the "everyday path" to Zen mindfulness.
Everything that happens to us during the day can be "grist for the mill" of mindfulness. A joke you heard, a story on the web, a TV show, an email, or something a friend told you - all of these have the potential to make us more mindful.
As a matter of fact, once you try to become mindful, it's hard NOT to see everything that happens to you as a reflection of your mindfulness.
In this book, Al relates his own personal stories and musings (as well as his failings) as he "points his mind" on the Zen path of mindfulness.