Posts Tagged ‘Death’
Osho’s vision of meditation and celebration relates to life as well as to death. This video shows, in part, a death celebration starting at the OSHO Auditorium, the main meditation hall at the OSHO International Meditation Resort, Pune and ending at the at the Burning Gath in Koregaon Park. As you will see, dancing and singing are integral to what Osho developed for his “OSHO Death Celebration’ — both a celebration and a reminder that our own death celebration comes closer. Yes, We Celebrate Death Too “My sannyasins celebrate death too because for me death is not the end of life but the very crescendo of life. Whenever somebody dies — somebody you have known, loved, lived with, somebody who has become a part of your being — something in you also dies. Life has to be lived to be known. It has been given to you to live. It is a gift of nature to you. It is not a punishment; it is simply a gift from existence. Rejoice in it, and burn your life’s candle from both ends together. Live as intensely as possible, and the very taste of life will give you the clue why death is not to be feared. In my religion death is celebrated because there is no death. Let this be a send-off of dancing, celebration, festivity. Dance as much as you can. Let your whole energy become a dance. Dance to orgasm… forget yourself completely. When you are happy and bubbling with some unknown joy, then your eyes are clear; then they have a clarity. And for this moment, deep clarity is needed, so that …
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Poaro (Agatha Christie’s Poirot) je engleska TV serija koja je počela da se prikazuje od 1989. godine. Serija Poaro snimljena je po romanu čuvene Agate Kristi. Glavnog lika serije, privatnog detektiva Herkula Poaroa (fr. Hercule Poirot) tumači Dejvid Suše (engl. David Suchet). Herkul Poaro je izmišljeni lik detektiva. Serija Poaro, govori o detektivu po imenu Herkul Poaro koji je u seriji Belgijanac. On ima pomoćnika Artura Hejstingsa koji mu pomaže u rešavanju slučajeva. Herkul Poaro je malo ekscentričan i veoma komičan lik. Njegov izgled je sam po sebi komičan. Poaro ima okruglu glavu, uvoštene brkove, izglačane cipele, ali je u isto vreme bistrog uma, iu stanju je da reši i najteže slučajeve. Oštrouman, Herkul Poaro lako rešava sve slučajeve, a najviše voli one zamršene. Na ovom linku možete pogledati sve epizode Poara, sa prevodom: www.youtube.com
Question by VB: After employee’s unexpected death: How to handle his customers?
An integral member of our tiny software company was just killed in a car accident. He was working closely with several clients, who will need to come back in and repeat any business they had with him. What is a tactful way to word this notification/request letter?
I’ve never spoken with a friend Friday only to find him gone Monday… any thoughts on personally dealing with this would also be welcome.
Answer by Gravy
In this situation it’s better to call them on the telephone if you can, for two reasons. One, it’s more personal and conveys a deeper relationship between you and the clients, and two, it circumvents any doubts they might have about continuing to do business with you now that their point-man is gone. If the relationships were ongoing over many months or longer, they might feel that they’ve lost more than a business contact, so have funeral information ready when you call.
On the phone, if they have any questions about the status of their project or what the next step is, they can just ask, get their answers, and pick up where he left off. (Usually the first thing they want to know is whether they need to find a new company, so you’ll want to assure them that you’re going to take care of them.) In my experience, they’re absolutely understanding and dedicated to filling in the new person on the details, and it helps them feel more involved.
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Video for ‘Be HIV Positive’ by Herman Death Willy Tail – written specially for the ‘Wake Up Pune’ HIV/AIDS awareness campaign (www.wakeuppune.org). Thanks guys! Launched in November 2006, Wake Up Pune is a coalition of NGOs and representatives from civil society working to spread awareness about HIV and AIDS in the city of Pune, India. The Wake Up Pune campaign is asking people to take the lead and be ‘HIV POSITIVE’. What does this mean? * Positive about EDUCATION – educating ourselves and others about HIV and AIDS; • Positive about AWARENESS – raising awareness in our wider community; and • Positive about SUPPORT – reaching out to people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. Please visit www.wakeuppune.org/site/index.php/hiv-positive-campaign for more information.
Wake Up Pune – Launched in November 2006, Wake Up Pune is a coalition of NGOs and representatives from civil society working to spread awareness about HIV and AIDS in the city of Pune, India. Visit www.wakeuppune.org for more details. HIV does not discriminate. But people do. Let’s put an end to this vicious cycle.
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Question by tregntly: choice between love and family? life and death?
I am in a situation where my ailing parents force me to choose between my fiancee, or them. I won’t get into how this happens, but the situation is like this:
I am 30, she’s 28. we both have a reputable job in a software company. she is a resident through a failed second marriage. her first marriage was arranged by her parents when she was young, which whether that was intent or not, allowed her to study in the country.
my parents perceived her to have gone through two marriages to gain entry to country and residency. i believe that her parents loved the 1st guy and she loved the 2nd guy. i believe she has a good heart. my parents and her never met.
they are both ailing. one is battling prostate cancer and depression and the other is battling breast cancer. gave me an ultimatum that if i chose her they would tell everyone about her past and estrangement. i don’t hold ill will towards them and what they want to do. i love both my parents and her deeply.
I have known my fiancee for 2 1/2 years.
the first guy she liked him as a person although she never thought of him as a husband so they fought a lot. he was not her choice. her parents liked him a lot.
for the second time, she married the guy, but they have problems soon after. she regretted soon afterwards. they never lived together because he worked a lot in the east coast back then.
she said that she wanted a divorce and the guy said that she might as well wait till after she gained residency. she got it. she has been trying to divorce for 2 3 years afterwards but he didn’t want to. finally they agreed.
she said the second guy was her first love, and that when she agreed to marry him, she was a mess in her mind.
not sure what she can really gain from me. while i have a reputable job, i am by no means remotely close to rich, especially in the sf bay area. she makes just as much as i do.
my father is scared that her and her parents will bleed me dry- either wants to camp out at our house because of a better lifestyle in this country (they are from developing country), or their eventual decline in health will form a great burden on me. that when my parents died, their parents will fight for my parents’ money. (my parents aren’t rich, but they were originally from the same country as her parents. they eventually moved away to a more developed country and made it into middle class)
they said that she will do bad things to me, given her past. high probability that marriage will fail since she failed twice already.
my parents are not bad parents. they have always fulfilled their responsibilities.
Answer by asia d
gosh …. im sorry to hear that but i think that you should never choose love over family but never family over lover either and your parents or fiancee have never met so you should get rthem together and talk in out if possible but if you guys can not get together you should talk on the phone or any sort of persaonal communication
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For a girl, who had vowed to live for the rest of her life with a man, this came as a shock. Nineteen-tear-old Pune resident Dhanshri received imminent death as a ‘surprise gift’ by her husband for their marriage anniversary.
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Here’s a cute reaction to an unexpected Christmas gift. This video gets funnier the more you watch it.
So much Islam, so little peace!!! The death toll in Pune’s German bakery blast rose to 17 on Friday evening, as 23-year-old Aditi Jindal succumbed to her injuries at the Budhrani Hospital. Her body will be flown to her home in Ambala on Saturday afternoon. Aditi’s face had been very badly burnt and one leg had to be amputated. Aditi was working as an interior designer in Pune. She had also done a course in architecture. There are four more blast victims in the ICU fighting for life. Doctors say all four are out of danger. Here is the list of those killed in the February 13 blast at German Bakery in Pune: * Aditi Jindal, 23, from Ambala * Anas Elphat Suleman, 21, a Sudanese student * Vikas Tulsiani, 23, from Pune’s DY Patil engineering * Rajeev Agarwal, final year student of Pune’s Symbiosis College * Atul Anap, 30, from Navi Mumbai * Amjad Elgazoli, 26, a Sudanese student * Aditya Mehta of Delhi * Akhilesh Kumar of Lucknow * Ankit Dhar, 24, from Kolkata * Anindyee Dhar, 19, from Kolkata * P Shindhuri, 22, from Bangalore * Vinita Padani, 22, from Mumbai * Shilpa Goenka, 23, from Kolkata * Shankar Pansare, 40, from Pune * Gokul Nepali, 30, waiter in bakery * Saeed Abdul Ghani, 26, Iranian student in Symbiosis * Nadia Macdrini, 37, an Italian
After a death each in Bangalore, Pune and Delhi, the swine flu death toll has reached 77 in India.
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Software engineer Urvashi was murdered in Pune when she was returning home after meeting her mom, her husband is suspected of the murder.
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This is a video of me playing my version of the solo of Wintersun’s death and the healing, live with Vyzasa. Vyzasa is a progressive metal from Pune, India. Vyzasa means destruction in Sanskrit.We cover bands like Death , Arch Enemy, At the Gates, Wintersun and have 3 originals, FearOPhobia, God-Shaped Hole & Eulogy for the Unborn. Gear: Ibanez GRG 270DX Line6 Pod XT Live