Recently I watched the fascinating Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country about the Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, who had a huge group of followers in the 1980s. Often it was because of a message of love, encouragement of creativity and craftsmanship plus a spiritual quest. In fact, a wonderful principle. In 1981, Rajneesh, together with this large group of followers, buys a piece of land of over 65,000 hectares in Oregon (U.S.) where not much can be found except for a lot of stones.
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