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Do Not Cling To Anything Inspirational Story By Osho

Do Not Cling To Anything Inspirational Story By Osho


Once upon a time there was a monkey who was very fond of cherries. One day he saw a delicious looking cherry and came down from his tree to get it, but the fruit turned out to be in a clear glass bottle, so he had to put his hand into the bottle to get it out. As soon as he had done so he closed his hand over the cherry but then he found that he could not withdraw his fist holding the cherry because it was larger than the internal dimensions of the bottle’s neck.

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How To Prepare Yourself For Meditation


I’d like to start by saying that Meditation is not something we force upon us. We do not, or I’d say, we cannot force Meditational state upon our body and mind. Meditation is something which will happen to us by itself, just like sleep. Only thing we can do is “prepare for it”. So, how to prepare yourself for meditation?

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How I Became A Madman Inspirational Story By Kahlil Gibran

How I Became A Madman Inspirational Story By Kahlil Gibran


You ask me how I became a madman. It happened thus: One day, long before many gods were born, I woke from a deep sleep and found all my masks were stolen — the seven masks I have fashioned and worn in seven lives — I ran mask less through the crowded streets shouting, “Thieves, thieves, the cursed thieves.” Men and women laughed at me and some ran to their houses in fear of me.

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How To Start The Day Happy

How To Start The Day Happy


What you do the first thing in the morning, has the capability to make or break your day. How to start the day?Some may work for you and others may not. Included in the list, are some ways which some of our successful people used to start their day with.

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Progress takes time – Inspirational Story

Progress takes time – Inspirational Story

A rich man, fond of felines, asked a famous Zen ink painter to draw him a cat. The master agreed and asked the man to come back in three months. When the man returned, he was put off again and again, until a year had passed.

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