Buddhists know suffering like Frito Lay knows Cheetos. So how can enlightenment, karma, and compassion fix the carburetor in your busted riding lawnmower?

In just a few easy steps, you can learn how to love your chainsaw on a whole new level, stop fighting with your wife in Walmart, selflessly mow the lawn, and get your Zen on!

Breaking down thousands of years of wisdom, self-styled Buddhist Wahula Gonzo rebuilds The Four Noble Truths and The Eightfold Path in a humorous examination of his life and his personal search for meaning and a 1/4 inch socket.

Ebook $2.99

“I will be honest I bought this book because I thought it would be funny, I bought it the same time I bought the Yoda Sutras. What happened was I found a book with a very simple and direct words explanation of the basics of Buddhism and I put it down thinking of the people I want to share it with. There are some pearls of wisdom in a nice and simple yet funny way of putting things. I actually laughed a couple times and then thought well you know he is right.” — Kelly, Amazon Customer

“Need a fun ‘pick-me-up and enlighten me’ kinda read? This is it. Words of wisdom shared with humor. I love Wahula’s writing style, it’s engaging and funny while giving the reader something of value.” —  Lyndack, Amazon Customer

The Redneck Buddhist by Wahula Gonzo

Other Books by This Author

The Wisdom of The Buddhist Bloodhound by Frankie Rose with Wahula Gonzo and Jamie Brazil translating

The Wisdom of the Buddhist Bloodhound

The Mayan Sisterhood by Jamie Brazil and Wahula Gonzo

The Mayan Sisterhood

The Walk by Wahula Gonzo

The Walk