Friendliness: An Overflowing Love

International Friendship Day International Friendship Day is celebrated in various countries around the world to share the love and spirit of friendship with each other as a community. While International Friendship Day is observed on…

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Darkness is Eternal

Osho on Bhavbhuti Bhavabhuti was a poet, playwright, and scholar residing in Padmapura in present-day Maharashtra during 8th century India. His plays were written and published in Sanskrit and were considered equivalent to Kalidasa’s works.…

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Drop the Seriousness

Osho on Seriousness BELOVED MASTER, WHY DO I CONTINUE TO TAKE MYSELF AND LIFE IN GENERAL SO SERIOUSLY? Tada, Everybody takes life seriously because everybody is so empty. By being serious you hide your emptiness,…

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Trust: An Undercurrent

Osho on Trust THE FIRST QUESTION: WHY DOESN’T TRUST ARISE OUT OF THE DECISION TO TRUST? TRUST IS NOT A DECISION ON YOUR PART. You cannot decide for it. When you are finished with doubting,…

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Bodhidharma: A Simple Man of Action

Osho on Enlightened Master Bodhidharma Bodhidharma was a Buddhist Enlightened Master who lived during the 5th or 6th century. He is traditionally credited as the transmitter of Buddhism to China. According to Chinese legend, he also began…

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The Essence of Patience

Osho on Rajput Maharaja Jai Singh Jai Singh was the 29th Rajput Ruler of the Kingdom of Amber (present-day Rajasthan) from 1699 to 1743. He was a remarkable scholar, astronomer, and town planner. Jai Singh…

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A Beautiful Death

World Population Day World Population Day is an annual event, observed on July 11 every year, which seeks to raise awareness of global population issues. The event was established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme in 1989. World Population…

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