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Life, Love, Laughter: Celebrating Your Existence

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In this collection of reflections, Osho’s inspiring and loving stories go far beyond the usual chicken-soup fare. Life, Love, Laughterestablishes a new genre of reflective and inspirational text stripped of all platitudes and clichés, and absolutely in tune with the realities of the 21st century. In this artful work, Osho mixes entertainment and inspiration, ancient Zen st ...more
Paperback, 167 pages
Published June 9th 2009 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published 1987)
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Danyal
To be completely honest I was rather reluctant to read this book. I love any book that has to do with philosophy yet the title and overall aura of the book seemed so cliché, that and the fact that I had never read any books by OSHO makes me think just how lucky my stars were in that moment that I picked it up.

The moment I started reading it, it was as if this work had been written specifically for me at this moment in time. I could relate to every principle and thought. Its scary how much it res
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Daniel
Jul 20, 2010 Daniel added it
The answers are all inside- Osho points this out splendidly in anecdotes and ideas, helping to tell us where to look. Life, Love and Laughter are the fundamentals of being. The journey of self starts and ends within. Live in the moment, for it is all that exists! When that moment is death, some of us may be lucky enough to know that it is only the next great moment meant to be embraced!
Munkhbayar Baatarkhuu
Real book is that which remains not in our memory, but in our being, the very life style. I consider this book as a real book. I remember hardly nothing, but I am living, an feeling the presence of the book in the very breath on my small mustache :)
Rylan Perrott
Has had a huge impact on me, such incredible wisdom.
Gadeer Al-Shathry
Living your life in the present, loving everything fully, and making laughter your daily medicine.. This is the simplest way to happiness and you can achieve this only through meditation.
JJ
Letto per curiosità. Non fa per me.
Santosh Aryal
Good one by osho thank you osho
Kiran
great book
Sasha Ignk
Thought the title was so cliche at first! But grabbed it anyway. Some ideas he presents are so simple yet often overlooked, it made me laugh out loud (LOL!). Easy read, especially for a "down" day when you need a chin lift.
Sharan
Very simple explanations. Interesting short stories for examples. It made me question a lot of things in my life. Really an insightful reading!!
Mansee
It was a wonderful book...I mean very simple written but hits the point right where it should. Can be re-read
Andy Lawless
I have a 1st Edition of the book published in September 1987. ISBN 3-89338-014-0
Karthick Rajan R
Really interesting to read, wise saying about life, love, laughter......
Jituli
love your life fully and don´t think to much.. enjoy!
Eneida
Read it in Portuguese.
Rachna
must read.................
Munir Hyder
Osho knows it all.
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