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Soup Of The Soup Of The Soup Of The Soup Of - Sufi Story By Osho

Soup Of The Soup Of The Soup Of The Soup Of…

Truth is never second hand, it cannot be transferred. One has to know it and be it oneself — that is why all tradition falsifies it, and all...
Eternal Chase - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Eternal Chase

I have always loved an ancient story. God made the world, and from that very day the sun went running after darkness. And darkness could...
Poor Man’s Hut - Sufi Story By Osho

Poor Man’s Hut

The man who learns the art of sharing is the richest man in the world. He may be poor, but his inner being has...
Absurd Prayer - Egyptian Story By Osho

Absurd Prayer

Let me tell you a small story. It happened that Moses was passing and he came across a man who was praying. But he...
Mischievous In Death - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Mischievous In Death!!

When Ikkyu died himself, he collected all his disciples and asked them,” Just tell me some new way of dying, because I am not...
Cherry Blossom And The Misty Moon - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Cherry Blossom And The Misty Moon

It happened about a very famous Zen woman, her name was Rengetsu…. Very few women have attained to the Zen ultimate. This one is...
Power Of Gratitude - Hindu Story By Osho

Power Of Gratitude

I love an ancient Indian story: Narada, the great Indian mystic, is going to see God. Playing on his VEENA, he passes a forest, and...
No Ordinary Diamond - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

No Ordinary Diamond

I have heard a very beautiful legend. The legend is, there was a great Master in India, the twenty-seventh successor of Gautam the Buddha;...
Disappear In Dance - Sufil Story By Osho

Disappear In Dance

One Sufi mystic was so full of love, and so full of joy — his whole life was laughter, music, dancing. And the story...
Master Kissed On The Forehead - Sufi Story By Osho

Master Kissed On The Forehead

This Junnaid I mentioned was himself once a seeker. He used to tell his disciples, “When I met my master, the master never looked...