Your fragrance


Everything starts with love, remember; love is the ultimate law. Then prayer, mercy, grace, follow of their own accord.
Love has to be just your flavor, your aroma, your fragrance. When you pass by the side of a rosebush, the rosebush does not bother whether it likes you or not. Its fragrance is available to you as much as to anybody else. Its fragrance is available to the birds, to the animals, to the trees – and unconditionally, without any expectation in return. Its fragrance is available even when there is nobody present to enjoy it, appreciate it. It simply goes on releasing its fragrance; it is its nature. ~Osho

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  1. Carlos Bation

    October 17, 2014

    Hi jenh good morning here w/ atty casan .planning about the details on i

  2. Carlos Bation

    October 17, 2014

    Details of my case on oct 23 at Phil. Mediation Center.have a wonderful night ..sleep ka na ..Ingat.

  3. Ashok kumar

    October 17, 2014


    दुःख सुख तो आते जाते रहते हैं
    हंस कर दुःख को सहना
    बहुत जरूरी है सुख दुःख में
    सदा एक सा रहना
    २ कठिनाई पर तुम मत रोना
    व्यर्थ न अपने आंसू खोना
    डट कर करना कायरता को मार भगाना
    ३नाचे मन अब प्रसन्न हो कर
    बहे ज्ञान का सागर झर झर
    कर्म करें कुछ ऐसे जिनसे जग में
    सतत बहे जीवन का निर्झर
    ४ऊर्जा के संरक्षण से तुम
    सबल स्वावलंबी देश बनाना
    करना धरती का भविष्य सुरक्षित
    बढ़ कर पर्यावरण बचाना
    ५ अति आत्म विश्वास बुरा मेरे भाई
    इसे न तुम अपनाना
    सब चलता है हो जायेगा
    कौन देखता है
    ऐसे विचार मन में न लाना
    ashok अशोक कुमार

  4. An Ros

    October 17, 2014

    Everything starts whit love but I hope it is success because we never see each other

  5. Raghav panday

    October 17, 2014

    Thank you so much I'll be back 11, o ' clock in Indian time till then
    m ,m,,,,,,,,

  6. Amir l

    October 17, 2014


  7. Draha Kučerová

    October 18, 2014


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