Osho Audiobook - Individual Talk: From Bondage to Freedom, # 13, (mp3) - diamonds, zorba, kipling

 

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The World Needs to Be One

Track #13 of the Series, From Bondage to Freedom

"Zorba the Buddha is certainly amongst you. And he has acted the way he is supposed to act – individually, rebelliously. Revolution is for crowds, mobs; hence, revolution changes things but never betters them.

"Rebellion is individual.

"It has a superiority, a consciousness which only an individual can have.

"The moment Zorba the Buddha saw what was happening, not a single moment was lost; action was immediate. And Zorba the Buddha acts in such a way – so silently, without any destructiveness – that you become aware only when the act is almost complete.

"How do you think, how do you explain that Sheela and her fascist gang simply fled away? I had not even uttered a single word, I had not told them to leave, but they could see, feel that I had become aware of their misdeeds."
 
 
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Osho continues:
"They were not even courageous enough to come and say good-bye to me. I have never seen such a cowardly group – a group who have been here, who have been working in the commune in my name, representing me, and yet who could not gather courage to come and say, 'Good-bye, we are leaving.'

"The functioning of Zorba the Buddha is so silent and so serene, so nonviolent, and so loving.

"Sheela has given an interview to Stern. I have just heard that my picture is on the cover of Stern, and just in the corner is a small picture of Sheela. It is her interview, twenty-five pages long, with a beautiful heading: 'To Hell With Osho.'

"That's really the place I would like to go! What am I going to do in heaven with all kinds of dodos, saints? – who are all torturers of themselves – masochistic. Heaven must be the most psychologically sick place, because all psychologically sick people are there. Sheela at least understands my taste. I loved the title.

"Hell is full of colorful people. All the scientists will be in hell, all the artists, painters, sculptors, poets – people who have contributed to the happiness of man – will be in hell, because they never bothered about the priests and their stupid theologies.

"You cannot conceive of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Mozart, Wagner, in heaven. Impossible! Picasso, Van Gogh, Dostoevsky, Turgenev, Epicurus, Socrates, Gautam Buddha – such a great company! The best, the cream of the whole history is in hell. And wherever people like Socrates, Buddha, Epicurus, Diogenes, Dionysius are, do you think the place will remain the same?

"Hell will be contemporary, perhaps ahead of us. So many geniuses! Heaven must be absolutely outdated, with a God who is perhaps dead – because since he created this mess called the universe nothing has been heard about him. Perhaps he committed suicide, seeing what he has done.

"And I know the saints: ugly, in every way. They have not contributed anything to beautify existence, to make man's life more pleasurable. On the contrary, they have destroyed man's joy in life, they have destroyed naturalness in man, they have made man a perverted being."
En este título Osho habla sobre los siguientes temas:

diamonds, zorba, problems, nobody, experience, psychology, kipling
 

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