Excerpt from: The Last Testament, Vol. 2, Chapter 1
"It is true, but nobody has planned it. Looking backward, you can see all the stages from the seed to the flower, but if you look at the seed you will not be able to predict what is going to happen.
"The seed is completely closed. It has potential, but we don’t know whether the seed will fall in the right soil, or will fall on a stone and will never grow, or may be eaten by animals, destroyed by children. Nobody knows what is going to happen in the future; the future remains open, unknown, unknowable.
"And that’s how sannyas has grown. I have never planned it not the way an architect plans how the building is going to be. The building is a construction, it is not a growth. A construction can be planned, but growth is life. It is an opening into many dimensions. What root, what dimension it will take, nobody knows.
"I have functioned from this innocence continuously. I am not a man who plans. I trust existence so much, and planning means distrust. I know that existence has helped me up to this moment, and I have never done anything. The next moment also will be taken care of. To me, this trust is real religion not believing in Jesus Christ or God, or believing in the Bible or the Koran." Osho