Gyomay Kubose brings classical Buddhist teachings on ego, ambition, behavior, and personal responsibility within the context of American life today. To know oneself, to live each day in a fresh creative way, to find peace amidst confusion – his gentle teachings address the ageless question of how to lead the happiest and most fulfilling life possible, today and every day.
Gene Honda contributes his voice for the reading of The Center Within. He is active in many community and charitable endeavors in addition to his role as a radio and television personality.
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Permission granted by Gyomay M. Kubose in 1987 to use his work for sound reproduction, through the technological variations since then, the following people and companies have been instrumental leading to this iteration:
- Text editor and publisher, Anna L. Idol.
- Read by Gene Honda
- Music: The Song of the Seashell, Leonard Garrison (flute), Katherine Robinson (violin)
- Original audio cassette version, Michael Freeman and Associates, Barrington, IL
- Digital sound and cover design, King Tet Productions, San Diego, CA and Lisa Nakamoto (original cassette design version)
- All rights are cleared for use of this production and granted to the Buddhist Temple of Chicago and to Bright Dawn in Coarsegold, CA.