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1 Harish Dhillon
Quotes of J. Krishnamurthy (Series: The Wisdom Tree)
Hay House/TBI; New Delhi, India; 9789380480794; Softcover; New; 
Jiddu Krishnamurthy, or J Krishnamurthy, was born on May 12, 1895 in Andhra Pradesh, the eighth of eleven children, in a Telugu ? speaking Brahmin family. His father, an official in the British colonial Administration, retired in 1907 and found employment as a clerk in the headquarter of the Theosophical Society at Adyar (Chennai). During early adolescence Jiddu had a chance encounter with CW Leadbeater, a high ranking theosophist. He predicted great things for the lad and recommended him to Annie Besant, the leading light of the Theosophical society. She was as impressed as Leadbeater had been and the two took the young Krishnamurthy under their tutelage convinced that he was destined to be a great world teacher. As a result, Krishnamurthi and his brother Nitya, were privately tutored and then sent abroad for higher education. He showed great observation and mechanical skills and even in childhood could correctly disassemble and reassemble fairly complicated machinery. He authored a number of books, among them ?The First, Last Freedom,? ?The Only Revolution? and ?Krishnamurthy?s Notebook.? A large number of his collected talks and discussions have also been published. He was awarded the 1984 UN Peace Medal and two years later addressed the United Nations on peace and awareness. He died in Ojai on February 17, 1986 at the age of 90. His remains were cremated and scattered by friends and former associates in the three countries where he had spent most of his life: India, England and the United States. Krishnamurthy?s writings and the compilations of his speeches and discussions remain as popular today as they were when they were first published. This is a compilation of 101 quotes of his most famous quotes. Printed Pages: 112. 112941

Price: 3.12 USD
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2 Harish Dhillon
Quotes of Osho (Series: The Wisdom Tree)
Hay House/TBI; New Delhi, India; 9789381431047; Softcover; New; 
Rajneesh, as he was known, before he attained enlightenment, was born in Kushwada, Madhya Pradesh on December 11, 1931. From his early childhood he displayed a rebellious and questioning nature and insisted on raising doubts about all accepted beliefs and traditions. For him every truth had to be his own. He completed his post graduation in philosophy and for many years taught philosophy at the University of Jabalpur. He also traveled extensively all over India, debating on religious beliefs of every shade and hue. The debates usually took the form of challenges thrown by him, which orthodox religious leaders attempted to answer. He met people from all walks of life and he read practically everything that he could lay his hands on. Osho was essentially an iconoclast, who opposed all generally accepted beliefs and traditions. But this opposition was based on a deep study of all religions and beliefs. In fact the extent and depth of his knowledge and understanding of practically every known religion of the world is truly mind boggling. His discourses cover every aspect of human consciousness and spirituality and express his thoughts in clear, everyday terms. The fact that eighteen years after his death, his speeches, both in recordings and in print, are still sought more avidly, bears testimony to the fact that no matter what his detractors might say, Osho remains one of the greatest spiritual leader of our times . . . This is a compilation of 101 of his most famous quotes. Printed Pages: 112. 112940

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3 Harish Dhillon
Quotes of the Dalai Lama (Series: The Wisdom Tree)
Hay House/TBI; New Delhi, India; 9789380480251; Softcover; New; 
This is a compilation of wonderful and inspirational quotes by one of the world?s most renowned practitioner of the 2500-year-old teachings of Buddhism, Tenzin Gyatso, popularly known as the Dali Lama. In 1989, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace, not only for his personification of the goal of Tibetan Liberation, but much more so for the influence he has had on people all over the world, in guiding them on their personal spiritual quests. ? If we are to understand the true nature of our minds we must stop remembering the past and stop thinking of the future. ? True love and compassion exists when the suffering of all others become unbearable ? whether they be friends, mere acquaintances or even enemies. ? A monk who had been held captive and brutally tortured for years in an effort to force him to renounce his faith, was asked on his release if he had been afraid. He thought for a while, then smiled and said, ?Yes, I was afraid. Very afraid. I was afraid towards the end that I would lose compassion for those who tortured me? ? We must always fight for our rights and in the cause of truth. But always ensure that your fight is just and fought with a kindly attitude. ? True happiness is possible only in a society where material development co-exists with spiritual progress. Printed Pages: 112. 112939

Price: 3.75 USD
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