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Type: Spiritual Teacher
Nationality: Indian
Date of Birth: 12/11/1931
Date of Death: 01/19/1990


 

Osho Quotes > Learn to laugh. Seriousness...

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Learn to laugh. Seriousness is a sin, and it is a disease. Laughter has tremendous beauty, a lightness. It will bring lightness to you, and it will give you wings to fly.
Osho
About: Inspirational, Laughter, Seriousness, Learning

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