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OSHO: I Respect Money

“I Respect Money – because it can make you multidimensionally rich.”

In this talk Osho responds to a question about the significance of money:

Can you talk about money? What are all these feelings which are around money? What makes it so powerful that people sacrifice their lives for it?

“Life needs money because life needs comforts, life needs good food, life needs good clothes, good houses. Life needs beautiful literature, music, art, poetry. Life is vast!
And a man who cannot understand classical music is poor. He is deaf. He may hear – his eyes, his ears, his nose, all his senses will be perfectly right medically – but metaphysically…”

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OSHO: I Respect Money was originally published on Divine Aim


Angels and Demons Are Real

Many people believe that Angels and Demons exist and are active in our world today. With demonic possessions on the rise and a world in chaos, it makes sense to those who have experienced and witnessed encounters with the divine to cope with their everyday lives.


Angels and Demons Are Real was originally published on Divine Aim

Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer

Ever since he watched monsters brutally slaughter his family during a childhood camping trip, local plumber Jack Brooks (Trevor Matthews) has had major anger management issues. But when a busted pipe disturbs an ancient evil, Jack will unwittingly unleash a force that transforms his kindly night school professor (Robert ‘FREDDY KRUEGER’ Englund) into a ravenous, tentacled, infectious beast from Hell.


Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer was originally published on Divine Aim

5 Ghantey Mein 5 Crore

The film tells the story of chartered accountant Vikram (Shawar Ali) and his keep Soniya (Meera) who are waiting for another Accountant Muqaadam (Rashid Khan) to deliver 5 crores hard cash at their farm house. Vikram (Shawar Ali) works for Sultan Corporation which is owned by Sultan (Ranjeet). As soon as Muqaadam (Rashid Khan) delivers the money, Vikram (Shawar Ali) and Sonia (Meera) plan to kill Muqaadam (Rashid Khan) and escape to Singapore next day with 5 crores to start a new life. Vikram (Shawar Ali) and Soniya (Meera) go exactly by their plan. Enter Karan Oberoi (Abhishek Kumar) whose car breaks down in front of Vikram’s (Shawar Ali) farm house. Karan (Abhishek Kumar) also happens to be Soniya’s (Meera) junior ex classmate in her college. Then starts a dirty game of love, betrayal, murder and deciet. Three people with 5 hours to go and with 5 crores hard cash.


5 Ghantey Mein 5 Crore was originally published on Divine Aim

Death As Life

Death is a taboo subject. Most of us do not want to discuss it. We tiptoe around it, try to circumvent it, or use euphemisms. Maybe we think we can avoid death, but no one can and death is not limited to physical death. It comes in many forms.


Death As Life was originally published on Divine Aim

Dalai Lama: Enlightened

His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, is the spiritual leader of Tibet?s people, and exiled government. He established the Tibetan government in northern India in 1959, but has been a voice for peace all over the world, not just within his own land. For his hard work and sacrifice, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. Fewer souls in history have had such a positive influence on our world and culture. No person alive today can rival his personal message of love and compassion. Over the past fifty years, the Dalai Lama has travelled the globe, in a quest to bring peace to regions of war and famine. The life of a Gyuto monk is a life geared toward serving others, promoting peace, and observing the traditions and rituals of Tibet. Of these, the tradition of the Dalai Lama itself spans back some three hundred years. The 14th incarnation — Tenzin Gyatso — was declared head of state of the Tibetan people when he was just sixteen — a hefty responsibility at such a young age. At that time, Tibet was largely under Chinese rule, and the monastery was overrun by the Chinese army, probably the first time such a peaceful place was sullied by the violence and horror of war. It was at this point that it was decided that it would be safer for the Dalai Lama to retreat to India, where he resides, even today. In 2005, thanks to the generosity of the Indian government, a new Gyuto monastery was opened, and now boasts a population of some 500 monks, all striving to keep the traditions and culture of Tibet alive and well into the 21st century.


Dalai Lama: Enlightened was originally published on Divine Aim