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Books I Have Loved

Fourth: Kabir, The Songs of Kabir. Nothing like it exists in the world. Kabir is incredibly beautiful. An uneducated man, born a weaver – to whom nobody knows – his mother left him on the bank of the Ganges. He must have been an illegal child. But it is not enough to just be legal; he was certainly illegal, but he was born out of love, and love is the real law. I have also spoken much on Kabir too, so there is no need to add anything except again and again to say, “Kabir, I love you as I have never loved any man.”

Is my numbering still right?
“Yes, Osho.”
That’s great. Devils cannot disturb me at all!

 

Osho, Books I Have Loved, Talk #5

 

 

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