Talk #4 of the Series,
The Beloved, Vol. 2
Osho,I have heard:A psychologist wants to experiment with his twin sons. He takes them down to his group rooms and puts each in a room by himself. In Ike's room he loads in a pile of TV advertised, hard-sell toys. Ike is diagnosed as a complaining, negative pessimist. In Mike's room he loads in an enormous pile of manure. Mike is the optimist.An hour after they are locked in, he enters Ike's room. There is Ike tossing out toy after toy, complaining, 'This is not any good, that one won't work.'As he opens the door into the second room he is unable to find his son for a few moments. But he hears his voice; it is saying, 'There's gotta be a pony, there's gotta be a pony.' And as he appears he is shown frantically digging through the manure, looking for the pony.I have changed rooms; I have got my eye out for the pony.
"I don’t compare any individual; comparison is not my way, because comparison is always ugly and violent."
Osho, The Fish in the Sea is Not Thirsty #3
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