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Anti University of the Master

Osho on Dionysius Dionysius The Areopagite was a biblical figure, converted by St. Paul at Athens who acquired a notable posthumous reputation primarily through confusion with later Christians similarly named. After his conversion, Dionysius became…

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Rising In Love

Neither Weak, nor Strong

Osho on Acceptance BELOVED OSHO, I AM A WEAKLING. YET I HAVE THE FEELING THAT I CAN, FOR THE FIRST TIME, RELAX INTO MY WEAKNESS HERE. MUST I BE STRONG AND COURAGEOUS? There is no…

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Children: Flowers of Existence

November 14th is celebrated as Children’s Day in India. The aim of Children’s Day is to raise awareness about the welfare of children (through right upbringing, nutrition, education) and the rights of children (against exploitation,…

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God is Creativity

Osho on Creativity ALL THINGS WERE MADE BY HIM; AND WITHOUT HIM WAS NOT ANYTHING MADE THAT WAS MADE. God is creativity. To say that God is the Creator is already to falsify Him, but…

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1002 Greece

Clean Yourself

Osho on Catharsis BELOVED OSHO, ONCE YOU TOLD ME THAT THE SPRING HAD COME, BUT MY ANXIETY IS THAT I HAVE LOST EVERYTHING, THAT THE GARBAGE HAS TAKEN OVER COMPLETELY, AND THAT I CANNOT KEEP…

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Real remains Silent

October 20th will be observed as the birthday of woman mystic Meera, better known as Meerabai, a 16th century Hindu mystic poet and devotee of Krishna. She is a celebrated Bhakti saint, particularly in the North Indian Hindu tradition. Meerabai was…

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Religion: Celebration of Life

Osho on Laughter LAUGHTER is the very essence of religion. Seriousness is never religious, cannot be religious. Seriousness is of the ego, part of the very disease. Laughter is egolessness. Yes, there is a difference…

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1002 Discourse

From Ravana to Rama

The festival of Vijayadashami will be observed on 15th October this year. Popularly known as Dussehra this date is celebrated as the victory of Lord Rama over the demon Ravana and it marks the end of “Ramlila“. In southern,…

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Extraordinariness of a Buddha

Osho on Saint Francis Born in the town of Assisi in 1181 to rich parents, Francis’s early life was marked by privilege and luxury. As a youth, he was handsome, witty, gallant, and delighted in…

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