Malaika's story questions the concepts of twin flames, soul mates and karmic relationships. It provokes the reader to think of his or her own experiences and find the lessons he or she needed to learn. It teaches men and women that heartbreak and loss ... show more
Do you stand in your own light?
Most of us break down every day with thoughts such as: "I'm not good enough, I'm not smart enough, I'm not beautiful enough, I'm too fat," we become our own greatest critic and spend too much time to beat ourselves in t... show more
Modern dating is hard. Whether you're falling for that man-child for the fifty-seventh time or text messaging your way to stalker status, dating can make you want to find a nice, roomy hermitage on Airbnb and live a solitary, monk-like life.
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History was repeating itself when Annette Gendler fell in love with a Jewish man in Germany in 1985. Her Great-Aunt Resi had been married to a Jew in Czechoslovakia before World War II—a marriage that, while happy, created tremendous difficulties for t... show more
"Life requires continuous adjustment in relation to unpleasant and unfavorable circumstances. In everyday situations (such as opening an umbrella in the rain, or wearing a jacket in the cold) we generally don’t resist these required adjustments. Howeve... show more
52 Questions & Answers for Singles will assist in your approach in successfully determining Mr. & Mrs. Right. The hard questions must be addressed and explored in considering a mate. When you know where you want to go, a map must be designed to reach t... show more
Although Osho responds to a question related to compassion the main issue he addresses in this talk is 'love' and he expands his response to elaborate a deeper understanding of sex, love and compassion. "Only compassion is therapeutic because all tha... show more
Osho describes love as transformation. It is painful because it transforms and transformation is going to be painful because the old has to be left for the new. While the old is familiar, secure, safe, the new is absolutely unknown. With love we will b... show more
Question: You say that love and hate are one; but I see more hate in the world than love. At the same time, you say that enlightenment is neither love nor hate. Are you speaking of two different qualities of love? How does this fit with your message of... show more