Life could be a real excitement, an ecstasy, but because of our ugly heritage it turns out to be a hell. And it is not enough that you change the woman or the man. Within a few days, the second man or the second woman will again end up in the same dark space.
Perhaps existence has a different design for man, and we have not listened to it. That different design is that we should remain strangers, meeting and separating without creating any kind of imprisonment for each other, any contract for the future, any promises. Without promises and without any contracts – if we can live life moment to moment and allow change, without any reluctance, without any resistance to it happening, joyously, life can become a celebration.
But man has listened more to stupid priests, ignorant philosophers, criminal politicians, rather than listening to his own heart and listening to existence itself in deep silence and meditation. Unless man follows his nature, his existence, his own heart without any inhibitions, life is going to remain gloomy; it cannot release the tremendous blissfulness it contains in itself.
The new man has to prove that we can live without any religion and without any morality, that we can live without any God and without any priests, that we can live simply according to our own heart, wherever it leads, just like a white cloud floating in the sky with no direction, with no goal, enjoying every moment wherever it is.
The old man was goal-oriented; hence religions became relevant, moralities became prevalent. The new man is going to be absolutely without any goals, totally in tune with the present moment, not listening to any dictates of God – which are all fictitious.
A little boy was sitting on the curb, crying, and an old man was passing by and came over to him. “What is the matter, little boy?” he asked. “Why are you crying?” “I am crying because I can’t do what the big boys do,” he said. The old man sat down on the curb and cried too.
Moses came down from the mountain where he had been negotiating with God on behalf of his people. He called all the people together to give them the message from God. “Well”, he said, “I have got some good news and some bad news. The good news is, I have got him down to ten commandments. The bad news is, adultery is still in there.”