Man has created only one thing, and that is ego. Everything else is created by God.
The second question:
I move in meditation and work and love but keep feeling it is not enough. Osho, I want you to destroy me once and for all.
This is from Anand Bodhisattva. Any experience, any experience whatsoever, is not going to be enough. The experience of work, the experience of love, even the experience of meditation, or call it the experience of God; no experience is going to be enough because all experiences are outside you. You remain hidden behind the experience. You are the witness. Experience is happening to you, but you are not it. So whatsoever the experience, no experience will ever be total because the experiencer, the one who is experiencing, is always greater than the experience. And the difference between the experience and the experiencer always remains – the gap – and that gap goes on saying, “Yes, something is happening but not enough, More is needed.”
That is the misery of the human mind. That’s why the mind goes on asking for more, more, more. You earn money and the mind says, “More.” You make a house: the mind says, “Make bigger.” You create a kingdom and the mind says, “A bigger kingdom is needed.” Then you start meditating and the mind says, “Not enough. There are many more peaks to be attained.” And this will remain so because it is something in the very nature of the experience that the experience can never be total.
Then what can be total? Then what can be fulfilling? Remain a witness; don’t be lost in the experience. Don’t be lost. Just remain alert. Know that this is a passing mood: it will pass. Good or bad, beautiful or ugly, happy or unhappy – a cloud passing by: you remain silent watching it. Don’t get identified with it. Otherwise love will not fulfill, neither meditation, because in fact what is meditation? Meditation is not an experience: it is to become aware of the witness. Just look. Just watch, and remain centered in the watcher, and then anything is total. Otherwise nothing is total. Then everything and anything is fulfilling: otherwise nothing is fulfilling.
If you remain a witness, just taking a bath, a shower, is so fulfilling that you cannot expect more. Just taking your breakfast is so fulfilling. Just sipping tea is such a tremendous delight, you cannot think, you cannot imagine, that more is possible. Then each moment becomes a diamond unto itself, and each experience becomes a flowering – but you remain alert. You are not lost in the experience: you don’t get identified with it.