It is not that Krishna is indecent. It is just Morarji Desai’s sexual perversion.
And he says that he found it distasteful. That too is strange. A man who goes on drinking his own urine, and has not yet found it distasteful…. And I am certainly certain that he does not suffer from diabetes – otherwise the urine may have a little sweetness.
He found the book distasteful? What taste has he got? What is he talking about? What aesthetic sense has he got? He is the most unpoetic person alive in this country.
I have heard…
A gypsy and a hippie had an argument as to who could withstand foul smell longer. They decided to remain with a skunk in a small pen. First the gypsy went in. He ran out in desperation after a couple of minutes. Then the hippie took his turn.
After a minute, the skunk bolted!
The gypsy was puzzled. He said, “How did you manage?”
The hippie said, “I am a follower of Morarji Desai. I live only on garlic and water of life.”
“Water of life” is a euphemism for your own urine.
This man thinks that my book is distasteful? He is simply saying something about himself, not about the book. It always depends on you, how you interpret what you read. He must have read my book, but he must have understood in his own way, he must have interpreted it in his own way. The interpretation is indecent. What he has read into it is his own mind.
If an ugly man faces a mirror, the mirror cannot be blamed for his ugliness. And calling the mirror ugly won’t do.
The book From Sex To Superconsciousness must have functioned as a mirror. He must have become agitated because if that book is right, then his whole life has been stupid and wasted stupidly. He must have felt very antagonistic, hurt in his ego. His whole life he has been struggling with sex, fighting with sex, and now here I am saying that without a deep experience of sex you will never know love, and without a deep experience of love you will never know prayer. And here I am saying that sex is the first experience of God. And here I am saying that without moving into life with totality you will never come to know the innermost core of it.
Nothing has to be denied, because whatsoever is denied will take its revenge. That’s what is happening to him. He is not angry at me; he is angry at a mirror because the mirror is showing his face.