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Innocence of a Wise Man

Osho on Innocence BELOVED OSHO, SITTING CLOSE TO YOU THESE LAST FEW MORNINGS AND LOOKING INTO YOUR EYES, I FELT SO MUCH LIKE A SMALL CHILD, FULL OF INNOCENCE AND EXCITEMENT. MANY TIMES I WANTED…

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A Moment of Devotion

Osho on Devotion OF THESE TWO, ABHYASA — THE INNER PRACTICE — IS THE EFFORT FOR BEING FIRMLY ESTABLISHED IN ONESELF. IT BECOMES FIRMLY GROUNDED ON BEING CONTINUED FOR A LONG TIME WITHOUT INTERRUPTION AND…

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BETTER TO SEE THE FACE

Osho on Mystic Farid Fariduddin Masud was a 12th-century Punjabi Sunni Muslim preacher and mystic who went on to become “one of the most revered and distinguished … Muslim mystics” of the medieval period. He is known reverentially as Baba Farid or Shaikh…

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Experience of the Beyond

National Sports Day National Sports Day is commemorated in India on 29 August every year. It signifies the birth anniversary of the star hockey legend Dhyan Chand Singh who led India’s first Olympic gold medal…

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The Madness of the Mystic

Osho on German Philosopher Albert Schweitzer Albert Schweitzer was a versatile learner and polymath born in then-Germany in 1875. By terms, he was a pastor, theologian, organist, writer, philosopher, physician, leader, and philanthropist. His well-known…

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