Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin had just returned a sheaf of poems to the budding young poet. “Do you think it would help if I put more fire into my poetry, Sir?” the young man asked Nasrudin. “NO,” said the Mulla. “I WOULD … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin finally bought a parrot at an auction after some rather spirited bidding. “I assume the bird talks,” he said to the auctioneer. “TALKS?” the auctioneer said. “WHO DO YOU THINK HAS BEEN BIDDING AGAINST YOU FOR THE PAST … Continue reading

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Osho Quotes

“You will come closer and closer to perfection, but you will never be perfect. Perfection is not the way of existence. Growth is the way.” -Osho

Osho Quotes

“Each person comes into this world with a specific destiny–he has something to fulfill, some message has to be delivered, some work has to be completed. You are not here accidentally–you are here meaningfully. There is a purpose behind you. … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin was visited by a boyhood friend whom he had not seen for years. The man told him a long story of misfortune: bankruptcy, death of wife and children, personal illness. He ended by asking for a loan. The … Continue reading

Osho Quotes

“Sadness gives depth. Happiness gives height. Sadness gives roots. Happiness gives branches. Happiness is like a tree going into the sky, and sadness is like the roots going down into the womb of the earth. Both are needed, and the … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin always said: “Oh, well, it might have been worse.” One day an acquaintance stopped him and said, “I dreamed last night that I died, went to hell, and was doomed to everlasting torment.” “Oh, well,” said Nasrudin, “it … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

“You have got to have more recreation and relaxation,” said Mulla Nasrudin to the overworked friend. “But I am too busy,” said the friend. “THAT’S SILLY,” replied Nasrudin. “ANTS HAVE THE GREATEST REPUTATION FOR BEING BUSY ALL THE TIME, YET … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

A drunk cowhand rushed into a bar waving and firing his guns at random and shouting, “All you dirty, lousy skunks get outta here.” Within a minute everybody had scattered and disappeared except Mulla Nasrudin, who sat at the bar … Continue reading