Osho speaks on human rights; part 2 of 4.
“One of the side effects of rugged individualism is the decline in compassion,” explains Anugraha in cleveland.com.
Prabhat ponders how two groups of people look at, seemingly, the same occurrences and see diametrically different things.
“They have a thing called society and family: these two are their real gods, the net in which you will be entangled,” states J. Krishnamurti.
Iam Saums’ address to the US government (in particular) yet crucially important to every governing body on this planet Earth.
Srajan reviews Robin DiAngelo’s timely book; “It is challenging reading, not easily digested, and much deeper and more nuanced than one might expect.”
Osho states, “In fact, a wise man is afire, alive, aflame. He would like rather to die than to be enslaved.”
“We will also need a new societal structure that is more in alignment with our awakening consciousness,” states Mayuri in her essay about the implications of Covid-19.
Iam Saums states, “The universe, our soul, intuition, heart, mind and body are all essential aspects of our existence. Our consciousness emanates from the entirety of our being.”
Parents who maintain their socially-given identity cannot be the true guardians of the child, asserts Harry Krueger. Published in Wake-up World on June 7, 2016.
Bhagawati writes on the importance of recognizing one’s true needs and to clearly see how society creates smokescreens and fuels false material needs to continue to enslave the people.
Award-winning artist Pratiksha Apurv, who happens to be spiritual guru Osho’s niece, has come out with a unique coffee table book – The Mystic and Her Colours. ‘Society’ reveals the artist and her book that combines her paintings and articles of spiritual nature, writes CSS Latha. Published in their October 2018 issue.
“Osho points out that the educator, from kindergarten to university, is in the service of the vested interests, is in the service of the establishment,” writes Keerti in the Asian Age on October 11, 2017.
The longing for a better life, for a utopia, has been constantly in man’s mind since he became aware of his consciousness. On the other hand he became more and more afraid of all his irrational powers. Can you please comment?
Thoughts are crowding you every moment of your existence, but you are so occupied outwardly, you cannot be conscious of it.
An article by CSS Latha about Pratiksha Apurv’s paintings was published in the widely known monthly magazine ‘Society’ in India in their December 23, 2015 edition.
Following his appearance on BBC’s Newsnight, the comedian explains in The Guardian on 5.11.2013 why he believes there are alternatives to our current regime.