A couple decades ago there was a teacher named Shree Bhagwan Rajneesh, or rather this is what he called himself--kind of like in Spanish how they say, "Me llamo Shree Bhagwan Rahneesh." Anyway, this guy came up with with the name "Zorba the Buddha" to describe the ideal modern man. I would like to find a Zorba the Buddha:
A contemplative man who maintains a strict devotional bond with cosmic energies, yet is completely at home in the physical realm. This kind of man will inadvertently know the value of the dharma and the dollar, know how much to tip a waiter in a Paris discoteque and how many times to bow in a Kyoto shrine. He can do business when business is necessary, yet allow his mind to enter an acorn or his feet to dance in wild abandon if moved by a tune. He will refuse to turn his back on beauty, and finds in sensual pleasures not a contradiction but an affirmation of the spiritual self.
Give me my Zorba the Buddha...or my Zorba the Greek.