From Death to Deathlessness ~ 04
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|date & time
|5 Aug 1985 am
|Rajneesh Mandir, Rajneeshpuram
|Available, duration 2h 26min. Quality: good.
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- Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Savita.
- Question 1
- Beloved Osho, I seem to have heard you say that people are attracted to war because it is exciting, whereas peace is boring. In my own experience I seem to enjoy indulging my personal dramas and traumas, and when I'm not indulging them life is a bit flat. Is it possible to be attracted to peace? Will the new humanity find peace, rather than war, exciting?
- Question 2
- Beloved Osho, you have spoken many times on AIDS and on the Third world war, but never about both of them together. Do you think there is still a need for the Third world war even if two-thirds of the world population is going to die a natural death from AIDS?
- Question 3
- Beloved Osho, as women, our natural creativity is expressed through the bearing and raising of children. What happens to that energy now that that area of expression is no longer viable?
- Question 4
- Beloved Osho, in a recent interview, I asked an Italian philosopher whether the American-Russian summit on nuclear weapons will ever come to an agreement. He said, "When two contenders are trying to screw each other, they will never come to any conclusion." And he added, "What is missing is a third party, something above the two contenders, a religious authority like there was in the past, to arbitrate the question. But in these days there is nothing like this. Unfortunately, nobody will listen to the Pope at all."
- If you were the authority for one day, the third party above all, what would you say to Russia and America?
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