Osho says, “There is a way of being in contact with reality without words… Words don’t help, they hinder.”
Osho says, “…words can’t convey that which I am and I have to go on trying to do something which is not possible.”
A video for lovers of words, language and expressions: Snollygoster, fudgel, twattling, hum durgeon, dysania…?
Osho states, “Love is enough unto itself – it needs no salesmanship. It doesn’t need anybody to persuade, to convince; it is enough, it is a fire.”
September 30 is International Translation Day – on this occasion, the BBC published a video about some languages that have words and phrases that English speakers never knew they needed.
Language is a great tool that offers many fascinating possibilities beyond simple daily communication. Here, Kaiyum’s playful way with words.
Aimee Raupp (author, acupuncturist, herbalist and women’s health and fertility expert) writes in The Huffington Post on August 20, 2014.
Hazrat Rabi’a al-Adawiyya al-Qaysiyya (714 – 801 CE) also known as Rabi’ah al-Basri is considered to be the first female Sufi Saint of Islam, the first in a long line of female Sufi mystics. She was born and lived most of her life in Basra, a seaport in southern Iraq. Rabia was born into a
A sannyasin says: With people I am not very close to, it’s easy to make conversation. But with people I am closer to, there is nothing to say. And I don’t feel very comfortable with it. It is as though something is missing.