Babylon Magazine #5
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH OSEL HITA, THE SPANISH BOY RECOGNIZED AS BEING THE REENCARNATION OF A LAMA “I CAME BACK TO SPAIN BECAUSE I REACHED A POINT WHERE I DIDN’T FIT INTO THAT WAY OF LIFE; I COULDN’T FIND MYSELF BECAUSE FOR ME IT WAS A LIE BEING THERE, LIVING SOMETHING THAT WAS IMPOSED FROM OUTSIDE”. OSEL TELLS BABYLON MAGAZINE THE REASONS THAT LED HIM TO LOOK FOR HIS OWN PATH AND CHANGE HIS DESTINY TO BE LEADER OF TIBETAN BUDDHISM IN THE WEST. Find out about David Delfín, Ana Locking, Miriam Ocariz and other members of the new wave of young designers who are revolutionizing the catwalks of half the world. The economic crisis will take on a different flavour after enjoying our selection of tapas prepared from classic dishes born of humble times. Get closer in ‘The Art Of’ to the pop surrealism of Sara Sanz, the Spanish artist who prefers sushi to paella, and discover in ‘Who killed Roberto Bolaño’ the life, death and the literature of the new legend of Latin American literature.
Osel with his teacher, the Lama Zopa. B A BY L O N M A G A Z I N E 5 7