EDITORIAL


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Relaxation Is as Easy as 1-2-3

We all know what it’s like to be so tired we can’t sleep. Life seems to be getting faster and faster, and it’s as if we have to keep running and running just to stay in the same place. Nowadays relaxing is reserved for holidays or a twice-weekly class,...

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Do What Your Nature Wants You To Do

"Just be yourself, you'll be fine." How often have we been told that? It's the "just" part that seems not so easy in a world where needing to get on usually means needing to fit in. Yet this world comprises 7.5 billion people at the last count. That's 7.5...

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A word often heard and endlessly used in context with Donald Trump's election of his new cabinet a year ago was "loyalty." It came up in almost every current news and media report to do with his selection of people for important political government positions. It seems "loyalty" is...

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The Right to Disconnect

The year 2017 has brought a great bounty, not to mention relief, for employees at bigger French companies. A new employment law has come into effect from January 1st, stating that French workers will have the "right to disconnect" outside of work hours. Overuse of digital devices has...

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Listen to the Meaning

Buddha used to ask his disciples to do a certain meditation: ‘'Go to the street and watch everybody passing by, coming and going on the street. See exactly what is happening. Don't listen to their words because they are very cunning, they have become very deceptive. Listen to the...

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Here at the OSHO International Meditation Resort we have a novel way of greeting the New Year. When the first ray of January sparkles and people meet each other, they say, "Happy Now Here." Those who hear it for the first time stop in their tracks – did they...

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I want to say firstly that the democracy that exists today is not a complete democracy. And secondly, democracy cannot be complete until we create a system for economic equality. Political equality alone cannot make democracy complete: those who are economically unequal may be called politically equal, but in...

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A word often heard and endlessly used these days in context with Donald Trump’s election of his new cabinet is “loyalty.” It comes up in almost every current news and media reporting in the context of his selection of people for important political government positions. It seems “loyalty” is...

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Money is blood running through the veins

"India has been condemning wealth for thousands of years. The society that will condemn wealth will invariably become dishonest. It is dangerous to condemn wealth. because condemning wealth means only one thing, if we condemn wealth we will stop moving in the direction of producing wealth. Even now the...