In 1970, Osho gave a series of talks on Krishna at Manali. The book that resulted from those talks is titled “Krishna, the Man and His Philosophy”. Its one of our most favourite set of discourses. Today being Janmashtami, am sharing the opening paragraphs of this book. Excerpt from Krishna, the Man and His Philosophy … Read more
Thanks to Swami Chaitanya Keerti, I became a part of a group of meditators in Gurgaon. One of the group members sent this picture over WhatsApp. The Master of Masters left his body on this day in 1990. The literal translation is “If you feel like hurting/harming someone else, then remember that you are sowing … Read more
When he walked into the plane, Krishnan immediately recognised him and they waved at each other. Then I waved at him and told Krishnan – “what an amazing presence he has!!”. There were so many people in front of him, and he was quietly standing at the back, but his presence was so strong. You … Read more
Borrowed with thanks from Miguel de Cervantes….
This is a corollary quote to the quote on daring – this is about daring to take risks. Let’s think a little more about what sort of risks we take …. Study in a really good school, worry incessantly about marks and commit suicide when we get 95% instead of 97%… buy the latest in-fashion … Read more
My interpretation of the above quote is that it brings out the debate between the personality ethic and the character ethic and clearly decides in favor of the character ethic. The best seller, probably to this day, amongst the self-help books is Dale Carnegie’s “How to win friends and influence people”. This is also the … Read more