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Happiness beyond Sadness

International Day of Happiness March 20 is a global celebration to mark the United Nations International Day of Happiness. It is coordinated by Action for Happiness, a non-profit movement of people from 160 countries, supported by a partnership of like-minded…

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I Celebrate Myself

Osho on Work and Celebration This whole universe is a temple, and the whole existence is trying to reach you in so many ways — through the sun rays, through the trees, through the birds…

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Love and Meditation

Birthday of Enlightened Saint Ramakrishna Paramhansa Today’s day as per Hindu calender is celebrated as Ramakrishna Jayanti in honour of a well-known and revered saint by the name of Ramakrishna during the period between 1836…

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The Observer Becomes the Observed

Osho on Enlightened Zen Master Sosan Jianzhi Sengcan or Sosan is known as the Third Chinese Patriarch of Chán (Zen after Bodhidharma and thirtieth Patriarch after Siddhārtha Gautama Buddha. He is considered the Dharma successor of the second…

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Death Exists Not

Osho on Death BELOVED OSHO, CAN YOU SAY SOMETHING ABOUT DEATH AND THE ART OF DYING? Deva Vandana, the first thing to be known about death is that death is a lie. Death exists not;…

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Woman: A Living Poetry

Osho on Jesus Disciple St. Mary Magdalen St. Mary Magdalene, also called Mary of Magdala, was one of Jesus’ most celebrated disciples, famous, for being the first person to see the resurrected Christ. The unchallenged facts about her…

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Laughter of the Buddhas

Osho on Laughter BELOVED MASTER, TO BECOME ENLIGHTENED, DO YOU NEED TO BE JEWISH OR DOES IT JUST HELP? Amitabh, religion has been missing one very fundamental quality: the sense of humor. It has been…

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I am not a Soft Master

Osho on Saint Eknath Born in 1544, Eknath was a poet-saint and mystic of Vaishnavism, the branch of Hinduism that reveres the deity Vishnu and his avatars (incarnations). Eknath is best known for his translations of various Sanskrit texts into Marathi (the local language of the Maharashtra region…

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