Come Come Yet Again Come ~ 03
|date & time||29 Oct 1980 am|
|location||Buddha Hall, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 18min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
- Question 1 from Chandrikanta Bharti
- Beloved Osho, this poem is by Robert Graves:
- Those who dare give nothing
- Are left with less than nothing;
- Dear heart, you give me everything,
- Which leaves you more than everything --
- Though those who dare give nothing
- Might judge it left you nothing.
- Giving you everything,
- I too, who once had nothing,
- Am left with more than everything
- As gifts for those with nothing
- Who need, if not our everything,
- At least a loving something.
- Beloved Osho, what is the source of your infinite spring of giving?
- Question 2 from Corry
- Beloved Osho, you often tell us that we lost our awareness of our buddha nature because of conditioning processes of every kind. This far, i can imagine, but if mankind originally had this awareness, how did we lose it in the beginning? How did conditioning start originally? And if existence is just a flowing, why is it important that many people become enlightened? Why do you make the effort, or don't you make any? And is your being here, and everything, also just a flowing?
- Question 3 from Sharon
- Beloved Osho, you say that one needs a master in order to become enlightened, yet you are enlightened and you have had no master. How can this be?
- Question 4 from Gandharva
- Beloved Osho, why are there so many Jews here?
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