The master said, “My suggestion is rather than getting troubled by so many people, it is better just to be a disciple because you will have your own troubles and not be burdened by other people’s troubles.”
Just as I was coming here, Kaveesha came to see me. She is a very understanding woman and has a clarity of seeing through problems and helps many people. Many people depend on her because I am not available, personally available, to anybody. You know I am lazy. I became a master because it is the easiest job. I have never been a disciple – I don’t have any problems.
So when somebody has problems, I direct them to go to Kaveesha, to go to somebody else, because I have never suffered from any problem and I have never solved any problems. If they were there I left them there unsolved – they died. How long can they live if you don’t pay attention to them?
Kaveesha has a small group of people around her; Avirbhava belongs to her group. You hear her scream every day. She is a beautiful woman. She screams just to announce that I have come. When she is not there even I miss her – and she is not an ordinary woman. Just yesterday she gave Kaveesha all her money with the checkbook – that is three and a half million dollars – and said, “You take it.”
Kaveesha is poor. She thought that this was a good chance in a lifetime to have so much money. But she was not aware that Avirbhava is tricky! She accepted the checkbook, then Avirbhava explained to her, “These are the problems attached to the checkbook – you take them too. I am completely free!” So many problems…In America sales have gone down…Avirbhava has coal mines – and nobody is purchasing coal mines. Nothing in cash…all in problems – three and a half million dollars! So Kaveesha became afraid, saying, “I’m perfectly happy as I am. Now this Avirbhava is making me fall into a hell of problems.”
And Avirbhava was very happy, “For the first time I’m feeling free – free of problems, free of money, unburdened.”
Kaveesha could not reject the offer because that would be insulting; she could not accept the offer because that would be destructive. So she told Avirbhava, “Wait, first I have to see my master.”
Just before I came here she came to me and she said, “This Avirbhava has created a trouble. First she said to me, ‘I’m giving you three and a half million dollars. You take it. I’m burdened, I want to be free of money. Our beloved Osho has been telling me again and again to be free – I have decided.’
“And later on she came back and said, ‘But listen, these are the problems attached: there is no cash.’“
Kaveesha came to me to ask what to do. I said, “You do one thing. Rejecting is not nice; accepting is dangerous because you have never taken such problems as are attached to those three and a half million dollars. You just go to Avirbhava and say, “I have offered the money and the problems to my master. And he said to me, ‘I appoint Avirbhava as my agent to take care.’“