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Know Thyself: The Way of Socrates

Osho on Socrates Socrates is a Greek philosopher, who lived during a period of untold atrocities, amidst the experiences of death, war, and disease in ancient Greece. He is considered as a revolutionary sage who…

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The Rebel

Birthday of Spanish Neurophysiologist Jose Delgado Born on 8 August 1915, Jose Delgado was a Spanish inventor, neurophysiologist, and professor known for researching mind behavior through electrical stimulation of the brain. He was a fellowship…

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The Eyes of Wonder

Osho on Wonder YOU HAVE REMINDED ME AGAIN THAT, FOR ME, KNOWING BECOMES KNOWLEDGE, WHICH BECOMES THE PRACTICE OF THAT KNOWLEDGE. EVEN THIS IS BECOMING A PRACTICE. PLEASE COMMENT. KNOWING always becomes knowledge — and…

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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‚Äôs works.…

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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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The Art of Dying

Osho on Death HOW CAN WE PREPARE OURSELVES FOR DEATH? DON’T accumulate anything whatever: power, money, prestige, virtue, knowledge, even the so-called spiritual experiences. Don’t accumulate. If you don’t accumulate you are ready to die…

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Eat all the Apples

Osho on Solomon Solomon was the affluent and wise monarch of the United Kingdom of Israel, succeeding his father and king David. All knowledge about Solomon comes from the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Old…

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A Perfectly Imperfect Life

Osho on British Author Edward Gibbon Born on 8 May 1737, Edward Gibbon was a British historian, author, and member of parliament for almost a decade. He was educated at the University of Oxford, where…

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