From Bondage to Freedom ~ 13

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event type discourse
date & time 27 Sep 1985 am
location Rajneesh Mandir, Rajneeshpuram
language English
audio Available, duration 2h 12min. Quality: good.
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shorttitle BONDAG13
Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Hasya.
Question 1
Beloved master, you have brought Zorba the Buddha to life, love and laughter, with luminous silence. You have also spoken on the distinction between rebellion and revolution. If Zorba the Buddha were in this commune, how could he have responded to the growing menace of Sheela and her gang?
Would he, as one rebel among the community of rebels, have acted not only individually, but together with others? Could there be some shared awareness or action which might have freed us from the enemies within?
Please comment on Zorba the Buddha's responsibility as a social or communal being.
Question 2
Beloved master, you have said that any religion or way is closed. Is your religiousness the only one that can give birth to new human beings all over the world?
Question 3
Beloved master, isn't it strange that the negative in us is so vocal, and its opposite -- like love and gratitude to you -- hesitates to speak but simply is, overflowing but helpless in its own wordlessness?
Question 4
Beloved master, what exactly is the difference between vision and illusion? Can only an enlightened person have a vision?
Question 5
Beloved master, jokes aside, please tell me, who am I?


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