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Osho Book: Come, Come, Yet Again Come


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Come, Come, Yet Again Come

Celebrating The Joy of Life, Love and Meditation
In this collection of responses to questions, Osho captures his entire message: "My whole teaching consists of two words, meditation and love." Here, he also introduces his vision of the new man who embodies the teaching – Zorba the Buddha. Into one identity, he brings together the lusty nature of Zorba the Greek and the silent stillness of the Buddha. The earthy Zorba and the ethereal Buddha are melded to become a silence which can sing and dance. The jokes are numerous and hilarious. Come and hear the message; meditate, love – and laugh.
Book - Details Chapter Titles
OSHO Media International
140 x 216 mm
    #1: Whoever Knocks Is a Welcome Guest
    #2: From the Body to the Soul
    #3: The Greatest Joy of Life
    #4: You Are the Question
    #5: The Possibility to Be Yourself
    #6: A Thousand and One Ways to Laugh
    #7: Freedom Is the Ultimate Value
    #8: When Silence and Song Meet
    #9: The Very Alphabet of Love
    #10: Everybody Can Laugh
    #11: The Suchness of Things
    #12: From Italy to Nirvana
    #13: Of Course the Grass Grows by Itself
    #14: The Forgotten, but Not the Lost
    #15: No Question Means the Answer
Excerpt from: Come, Come, Yet Again Come, Chapter 1
"Your question is beautiful. You say, 'I am a sinner.' Everybody is! To be born in this world means to be a sinner. But remember my emphasis: it means to forget oneself.

"That’s the whole purpose of the world: to give you an opportunity to forget yourself. Why? So that you can remember. But you will ask – and your question will look logical – "If we already remembered before, why the unnecessary torture that we have to forget ourselves and then remember again? What is the point of this whole exercise? It seems to be an exercise of utter futility!"It is not; there is great significance in it.

"The fish in the ocean is born in the ocean, lives in the ocean, but knows nothing about the ocean – unless you take the fish out of the ocean. Then, suddenly, recognition arises in the fish. Only when you lose something do you remember. Only in that contrast does remembering happen. Then let the fish go back to the ocean. It is the same fish, it is the same ocean, the same situation – yet everything is different. Now the fish knows that the ocean is her life, her very being. Before, she was in the ocean but unaware. Now, she is in the ocean but aware. That’s the great difference, the difference that makes the difference.

"We have lived in godliness, we all come from the original source of existence, but we have to be thrown out into the world so that we can start searching for godliness again, searching for the ocean – thirsty, hungry, starving, longing. The day we find it again there is great rejoicing. And it is not anything new.

"The day Buddha became enlightened he laughed and he said to himself, ’This is very strange! What I have gained is not an achievement at all, it is only a recognition. I had it always, but I was unaware of it.’" Osho
In this title, Osho talks on the following topics:

enlightened... life... moment... soul... darkness... mystery... natural... laila... adam... leadbeater...

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