A poem by Anekant.
I asked a friend who has crossed 70 and is heading towards 80 what sort of changes she is feeling in herself?
Devageet asks a question: Beloved Osho, It is now becoming too much. The gossips are going right and left.
“What I can tell you for sure, among the many things I cannot tell you is that I will dance more in my remaining years, will continue to find the joy in the ordinary,” writes Priya.
In a short note Veet reflects on a photo of a photographer’s grandmother recently exhibited in an art gallery.
Q: Beloved Osho, In Western society, at least, youth is considered to be everything, and to a certain extent, it seems this is as it should be if we are to continue growing in every dimension of life.
Mastanamma from Andhra Pradesh doesn’t have a birth certificate to prove her 106 years but has millions of followers who can’t have enough of her recipes and #GrannyWisdom.
Feeling stiff when you get out of bed? And you are not even ‘that’ old? Here’s an inspirational woman who hasn’t even been to consult a doctor her entire life.
Every afternoon, the grandmothers of Phangane village wrap pink saris around themselves and slip abacuses and chalkboard into their backpacks. They are going to school. Satyaki Ghosh documented their journey. Published by BBC on March 8, 2017
From Suha’s collection of short essays entitled ‘Beware: slippery… sacred ground – Small flashes of real life’.
Our generation is crazy about staying young forever, writes Sadhana in The Asian Age on November 16, 2015.
Q: A visitor here observed that there is an agelessness in the people around you. What is the explanation for this?
The ladies shown here in a trailer for a BBC documentary on Channel 4 have an average age of 80. They are determined to look fabulous, have fun and redefine old age.
We have been receiving many fabulous bits of news and video links about women of a certain age who through their attitude and love for life have moved miles away from the stereotype of ‘old woman’. We at Osho News of course pay accolade to all those postmenopausal women who are also known as wise women. Way to go for all of us.
Just brings us to ask, where are all those older men? You see, we also support them but haven’t seen anything exciting published about them. Off the couch, you lot, and show us what you can do!
Ruth Coban, by now more than one hundred years-old, attributes her looks and health to – exercise! She says, “Get up and go – just do it!”