To be able to celebrate life is religion – in that very celebration you come close to God. If one is able to celebrate, God is not far away; if one is not able to celebrate life, then God does not exist for him. God appears only in deep celebration, when you are so full of joy, that all misery has left you.
Osho continues to inspire millions of people worldwide in their search to define a new approach to individual spirituality that is self-directed and responds to the everyday challenges of contemporary life. He was named by The Sunday Times of London as one of the ‘1000 Makers of the 20th Century.’
Every few thousand years an individual appears who irrevocably changes the world around them in ways that are never immediately apparent, except to the most perceptive. Osho is one such individual: his spoken words will resonate for centuries to come.
All those words have been recorded and transcribed into books like this one, written words that can carry a transforming message to the reader. For Osho, all change is individual. There is no “society” to change — it can only happen to each one of us, one at a time.
So, no matter what the subject matter of the book, the thread that runs through all Osho’s words is like a love song that we can suddenly, mysteriously, hear at just the right moment. And strangely, no matter what the words seem to be referring to, they are really only referring to us.
And this is no ordinary love song, more an invitation to open our hearts to hear something beyond the words, beyond the heart.. .a silence beyond all understanding.
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