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                <!DOCTYPE html>

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<head>
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    main {
      font-family: monospace;
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      margin-left: 25%;
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      <h1><strong>Allan Wilson Watts</strong></h1>
      <h2>"American-British Philosopher"</h2>
      <h3>(1915-1973)</h3>
      <h4>
        "This is the real secret of life. To be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work,realize it is play...."</h4>
      <img class="larger-image thin-red-border" src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c6/AlanWatts_Bio11.png" target="_blank" alt="black and white Allan Watts"></div>
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    <ul>
      <li>Born:January 6,1915,Chislehurst,United Kingdom, London, England</li>
      <li>Died:November 16,1973,Druid Heights, Mount Tamalpais, California, United States</li>
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    <p><strong class="red-text">Allan Wilson Watts</strong> was born in<strong class="blue-text">
      Chislehurst,England.</strong> He moved to the <strong class="blue-text">
      United States</strong> in 1938 and began <strong class="red-text">ZEN</strong> training in
      <strong class="blue-text">New York</strong>. He attended
      <strong class="red-text">
        Seabury-Western Theological</strong>. Where he recieved a master's degree in theology.</p>
    <p> He married three times and had seven children (Five Daughters and two sons). They are <strong class="red-text">Joan</strong> his eldest daughter, followed by <strong class="red-text">
        Anne. Joan and Anne</strong> are who own and manage most of the copyrights to his books. Then comes
      <strong class="red-text">
        Tia, Mark, Richard, Lila, and Diane</strong> . Who he had with his second wife <strong class="red-text">Dorothy Dewitt</strong> in the 50's. His son,<strong class="red-text">
        Mark</strong>serves as a curator to his audio, video, and film and has published content from his spoken lectures into printed form kinda like us today with this project...</main>

  <p> There's so much to say about
    <strong class="red-text"> Allan Watts </strong> . But i'm going to speak on how he has in fluenced me.<strong class="red-text">
            The Way Of Zen(1957)</strong> was the first book i heard of his. I don't want to spoil it for anyone. But the book is about Zen <strong class="red-text">BUDDHISM</strong> and <strong class="red-text">Eastern Philosphy</strong>.</p>

  <h5> I recommend to read it. It's help me in living a peaceful <strong>
    Life</strong>.
    <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Watts"><img class="smaller-image thin-gray-border" src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c6/AlanWatts_Bio11.png" target="_blank" alt="trippy Allan Watts pic"></a></h5>

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  <h6>written and coded by: Edgardo L. Ortiz</h6>
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