The Man Who Loved Seagulls by Osho
Essential Life Lessons from the World's Greatest Wisdom Traditions

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In The Man Who Loved Seagulls, Osho discusses essential stories and parables from the world's great wisdom traditions of Zen, Taoism, Christianity, and Judaism. Osho--himself a master storyteller—interprets the stories in this collection and applies them to the concerns of modern day life. The valuable lessons they impart are both timely and universal.  The stories encourage meditation as they are meant to be told and studied again and again, in order to discover new layers of meaning with each reading. 

Ideas and topics include:

*The futility of chasing happiness

*The journey from fear to freedom

*The Zen approach to death and dying

*The extraordinary intelligence of innocence


About Osho

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Osho is a contemporary mystic whose life and teachings have influenced millions of people of all ages, and from all walks of life. His often provocative and challenging teachings generate today more and more interest and his readership is dramatically expanding around the world in more than fifty languages. The Sunday Times in London named Osho as one of the "1,000 Makers of the 20th Century". He is known around the world for his revolutionary contribution to meditation - the science of inner transformation - with the unique approach of his "OSHO Active Meditations" acknowledging the accelerated pace of contemporary life and bringing meditation into modern life
Published January 20, 2009 by St. Martin's Griffin. 272 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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