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Radio: Zen session

by Edward Wickham

IF YOU are in a London black cab and the driver starts lecturing you not on the repressive traffic-calming measures in the capital, but on how to discover the real mind through the freedom of silence, then you might just be lucky enough to have Andy as your cabbie, a keen practitioner of Zen meditation and surely the most chilled cab driver on the roads.

We met Andy, and others who try to maintain a life of Buddhist equilibrium and calm in the mania of modern urban living, in ...

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