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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...
Yellow Umbrella - Sufi Story By Osho

Yellow Umbrella

I have heard: Mulla Nasruddin was staying in a hotel. A telegram had arrived from home and he was in a hurry to catch...
Mulla Nasruddin’s Clothes - Sufi Story By Osho

Mulla Nasruddin’s Clothes

Suppression binds, it does not liberate. Try to suppress something and you find yourself bound hand and foot to it. One evening, as Mulla Nasruddin...
Economy Of Laughter - Sufi Story By Osho

Economy Of Laughter

Mulla Nasrudin listened very attentively while a stranger told a long story in the coffee-house. But the man spoke so indistinctly and muffed his punchline...
Thy Wish-Sufi Story by Osho

Thy Wish

Mulla Nasruddin and two other saints went for a pilgrimage to Mecca. They were passing through a village, it was the last phase of...
When You Are Not, You Are Divine - Sufi Story by Osho

When You Are Not, You Are Divine

There once was a great Sufi, Mulla Nasrudin. He was very afraid of death, as everyone is. One day, he heard that someone had died....
The Big Debate – Spiritual Story

The Big Debate

Ten centuries ago, the Pope decided that all the Muslims had to leave Jerusalem. Naturally there was a big uproar from the Muslim community. So the Pope made a deal. He would have a religious debate with a member of the Muslim community. If the Muslim won the debate, all the Muslims could stay. If the Pope won, all the Muslims would have to leave. The Muslims realised that they had no choice...
The Cat Is Wet – Spiritual Story By Idries Shah

The Cat Is Wet

Nasrudin took a job as watchman. His master called him and asked whether it was raining. I have to go see the Sultan, and the dye on my favourite cloak is not fast. If it is raining, it will be ruined. Now, Nasrudin was very lazy; and, besides, he prided himself upon being a master of deduction. The cat had just streaked in...
The Shortcut – Spiritual Story By Idries Shah

The Shortcut

Walking home one wonderful morning, Nasrudin thought that it would be a good idea to take a short cut through the woods. Why, he asked himself, should I plod along a dusty road when I could be communing with Nature, listening to the birds and looking at the flowers? This is inded a day of days; a day for fortunate pursuits! So saying, he launched himself into the greenery. He had not gone very far, however, when...
The Truly Devout – Sufi Story By Paulo Coelho

The Truly Devout

Abu Sari owned a haberdashery in the middle of the main market in the city. He spent all day selling, buying and bargaining with the customers. But every afternoon he drew a cloth curtain in a corner of his shop around himself and prayed. One afternoon...