A fable by Madhuri.
Excerpt from Devaraj’s book, ‘Ashram, ashram’: “Ed could think about a woman for literally years without saying a single word to her.”
Eco-designer Samudra writes about growing up in Brittany (Northern France) – from her memoir ‘The Freedom of Having Nothing’: “There was never really a time when I wasn’t making new things out of old. It was always going to be that way.”
Excerpts from Samudra’s book ‘The Freedom of Having Nothing’ – now available as paperback: Moments in Kyoto, Milan and Hamburg.
An excerpt from the autobiographical book, ‘Sometimes Brilliant’ by Larry Brilliant, were he recounts a meeting with Maharaji (Neem Karoli Baba).
Excerpt from the recently published book by Rashid Maxwell, The Only Life: Osho, Laxmi and a Journey of the Heart.
An excerpt from Chapter 12 entitled ‘Ukrainian partnership’ of ecodesigner Samudra’s new book, ‘The Freedom of Having Nothing’.
A fable by Madhuri. “When we look out from our open houses into the forest, the brightest of birds have come back to us; and our labours are gentle, and enough to feed us; but we no longer wrestle and hustle…”
“Or is it the poetry of life that is painting my eyes and heart with its mystery and beauty?” asks Suha.
Naina discovers her late father’s diaries and finds out about unknown events in his life that have had an impact on her life.
Leela was about to write an article on the qualities of balancing our Zorba and Buddha energies when the following emerged.
Part 3 of ‘The Great division between Old and Young’, from Sarjano’s book 491 Questions and Not a Single Answer
A fable that came to Chinmaya in 1991 during the Mystic Rose silent sitting in the Lao Tsu walkway at the Meditation Resort in Pune