Here Osho explains one of if not the greatest fallacy spread by religion: That humanity needs to be saved.
"So when you compare your love with my love, your love looks real to you, and my love looks utopian, like fantasy. That’s why the world has never trusted Buddhas – because they talk about something which has nothing to do with your experience."
Osho, The Discipline of Transcendence Volume 4 #6
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"Here you all sit listening to me, and you have lost yourselves in me while listening. You forget the listener entirely – but then you err. The listener should also be remembered while listening. So as I sit here talking to you and you sit there listening, you are also conscious of the fact that 'I am listening.' When you go beyond the listener, a transcendence occurs. The witness is born."
Osho, The True Name, Vol 2, #5
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