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“This is a wrong question, basically meaningless…. My suggestion is, ask a more basic question. For example, you can ask, “Is there life after birth?” That would be more basic because many people are born but very few people have life. Just by being born you are not alive. You exist, certainly, but life is more than mere existence. You are born, but unless you are reborn into your being, you don’t live, you never live.” – Osho

Age is Just a Number
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Age is Just a Number

You become old through others’ eyes. If mirrors disappear and nobody talks about your age, and there is no calendar and no time measurement, you will remain young longer. “Remember, your age is not relevant. You may be a child or you may be very, very old. You may be young, you may be healthy,...

Growing Up, or Just Growing Old?
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Growing Up, or Just Growing Old?

Why, in the East aging is praised while in the West it is feared?  There are many laws about middle age, because all over the world people become old. And many thinkers have been thinking, What is this old age? The first law is De Never’s Lost Law; obviously about old age, the law can...

Death Can Be a Celebration
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Death Can Be a Celebration

Freedom to Choose Your Death Is a Birthright In a landmark decision on passive euthanasia, The Indian Supreme Court confirmed the right to die with dignity on 9, March 2018. While the court’s decision deals with practical legal matters of a ‘living will’ and ‘rights to remove life support of a terminal ill person,’ the...

Always Remain Young!
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Always Remain Young!

“My message for the young is to always remain young. Never become old. Your body will become old, but your mind has no necessity to become old. If your mind remains young and fresh, ready to learn, ready to explore new dimensions of life, you are alive. “The moment your mind stops exploring, expanding, you...

Why Don’t I Want to Be Alone?
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Why Don’t I Want to Be Alone?

In a world getting busier by the minute it can be very appealing to get away from it all, to find somewhere out of range of WiFi, and perhaps even out of range of other people. So why is it that the bliss of such a place can wear off pretty quickly and we find...

OSHO Bardo: A Planned Death
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OSHO Bardo: A Planned Death

What is a ‘good death’? Having set out to discover that, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, recently published their findings in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. They came up with 11 ‘core themes’: preferences for a specific dying process, pain-free status, religiosity/spirituality, emotional well-being, life completion, treatment preferences,...

Death Is Certain, But It’s Not the End
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Death Is Certain, But It’s Not the End

In Life, Nothing Is Certain Except Death “Secondly: death is not going to happen in the end; it is already happening. It is a process. Just as life is a process, death is a process. We create the now, but life and death are just like your two feet, your two legs. Life and death...

Death Befriends Life
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Death Befriends Life

Death is Already Happening “Whether you face it or not, whether you look at it or not, it is already there. “It is just like breathing. When a child is born, he inhales. He breathes in for the first time. That is the beginning of life. And when one day he becomes old, dies, he...

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