Everything in Nature

Everything in Nature goes so beautifully
in accord, because nobody is trying to compete
with anybody, nobody is trying to become
anybody else. ~Osho



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  1. Michael Cammock

    November 18, 2014

    If all Humanity is included in that saying?, then it needs to be questioned.

  2. H,. Highlander

    November 18, 2014

    Dear Jenny, Thank you again and I say good evening to you.
    Thank you very much for the
    Divine beautiful Flower.

  3. Jendhamuni Sos

    November 18, 2014

    Good morning +Maheswar Ojha So much work for me to do these couple days, that's why I haven't really gotten to visit anyone here 😉

  4. Carlos Bation

    November 18, 2014

    Hi good morning the mediation is over ..have a nice evening and peaceful dreams good health ..Ingat my dear

  5. Carlos Bation

    November 18, 2014

    +H,. Highlander hi bro.good morning ..salamat sa taimtim mong pagbati..peacefu day ahead ..god bless

  6. Jimmy Boyd

    November 18, 2014

    .. true statement if I've ever heard one

  7. Sanjeevan Kumar

    November 19, 2014


    On 11/19/14, Google+ (Jendhamuni Sos) <****@**> wrote:

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