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Zen and the Art of Bank Robbing

Zen and the Art of Bank Robbing
By john erik ege
Experimental Home Publishing
Version 1.5
Oct. 31, 2013
This book is not for sale. It is, however, available for free, as a work in process. The author gives the
reader the privilege of sharing this book with whomever they want. It is a work of fiction, in the same
light that “Illusions” by Richard Bach is fiction. Any relative truth, inspiration, or similarities with actual
people or events is no doubt serendipity, the same way leaves torn from a tree and placed in the yard by
a breeze is considered coincidental. Accidental patterns are merely a matter of perspective.
The author invites feedback, grammatical corrections, or any other suggestions, ie references, further
readings, to give up writing, lol…
Should you choose to write: (Put zen in the title, and I will know which book you’re writing about.
Otherwise, you might be interpreted as spam and ignored, overlooked, or deleted.)
214-907-4070 (I am more likely to respond to texts. Delays in response are due to work related issues.
Say something clever. )
“Your success or failures in anything, large or small, will depend on your programming- what
you accept from others, and what you say when you talk to yourself.
What you put in you get out
Luck or desire has the slightest thing to do with it
It does not matter if you believe it or not
The brain simply believes what you tell it the most
(it does not care whether it is right or wrong)
What you think, you will become…”
From, “What to say when you talk to yourself,” by Shad Helmstetter, PhD
(There is a free PDF, why aren’t you reading it?)