Orangutans Paparazzi

Here I am standing in the middle of the jungle with my camera ready to take a picture of one of the few remaining orangutans on earth living in the wild. After a very long wait, not a chance. There were about 60 of us, from all over the world, to pick a rare sight of orangutans in the wild. We chose the Borneo’s Semenggoh Nature Reserve because of its success story with helping orphaned or rescued from captivity orangutans to re-wild.

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Tea Ceremony

I have discovered a totally new dimension in drinking tea from a beautiful dedicated pot, pouring the brew into lovely small cups and executing the whole process in a very slow and meditative manner. The whole procedure is a sort of tantric experience.

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Timeless Music for the Master

Music, creativity and love for the Master seem to be truly eternal and timeless, bridging generation gaps and geographical distances. It is so beautiful to see a new generation of sannyains carrying on the Osho fire, and express their creativity fuelled by their love for the Master. Check this Russian band out called Satgita - beautiful music, lyrics, heart and juice.

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Is there life without FaceBook?

Living in a futuristic city like Singapore, where most services are efficient and convenient, is a big wake-up call. I have grown concerned by the extent of mobile addiction that I have experienced personally and around me. Mobiles have become inseparable extensions of human body and mind. In Singapore I see people not only walking like zombies glued to their mobiles, but performing all sort of mundane acts without being able to disconnect.

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The Osho global impact

Osho is diluted. His contribution is underestimated. Osho doesn’t care a bit. And in fact it doesn’t even matter, as long as people benefit and are transformed. But personally I care. I’m not Enlightened, I am a commoner, just a simple guy who enjoys meditation and is madly in love with Osho. So I can say it: Osho is of another league. Osho is an intellectual genius, a compassionate giant, and a beautiful man; and so much fun.

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How to walk out of a rotten past

It was the hardest time of my life. I got kicked me out of the flat. I was totally alone and broken. I had no friends, nobody seemed to understand what transformation I was going through. And there was no Osho centre in London to go to. Reflecting on it all today I think it was the most important time of my sannyas life - separating from the past. It was all a blessing. I came out totally transformed.

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