Tuesday, July 27, 2010
OSHO *I don't want anybody to be a monk
“I don't want anybody to be a monk, I want you to be in the world. Meditation need not to be done
twenty-four hours; meditation is just a small glimpse - and then carry out your work. Slowly,
slowly that glimpse will start radiating in your actions, in your silences, in your songs, in your dances.
”There is no need to waste twenty-four hours and become a parasite.
And when you become a parasite on the society, you cannot rebel against the society.
You cannot say a single thing against any superstition.
”My people can be sannyasins and yet absolutely rebellious,
because they are not dependent on anyone.
Their meditation is their own personal affair.”
♫♫♫❤☆ OSHO ☆❤♫♫♫♫
The Buddha: The Emptiness of the Heart, Number 6