The Razor's Edge ~ 04
|date & time||27 Feb 1987 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 45min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
- Question 1 from Ma Deva Gita
- Beloved Osho, this morning during discourse a great sadness overwhelmed me. I feel so poor... There is nothing I can give you, not even my heart. Slowly I surrender to my reality. There is no need to pretend any longer. A quiet peace and serenity descends, and a warmth that is not mine follows in their wake, leaving my sadness. There is nothing I can give you, not even my heart. Haven't you taken it long before?
- Question 2 from Sw Deva Abhiyana
- Beloved Osho, when you dance with us and we dance with you, with a shake of your head, the pillars of Chuang Tzu dissolve, the roof falls away, and we take off! Day after miraculous day I feel more empty and more melancholy, as if, one by one, my very organs are disappearing. Is this the surgery you speak of?
- Question 3 from Sharna
- Beloved Osho, I am haunted by a feeling of missing. It's as if I am searching for somebody that I won't recognize -- and he's just nearby, leaping and waving and calling me, but I'm just too dim and unaware to notice him. However, having been back here with you for a few days, I get the feeling that I might bump into him at any moment. Could it be me?
- Question 4 from Deva Vachana
- Beloved Osho, the strongest thing in my Christian upbringing was to be unselfish, not to think of myself. Now, remembering myself and following the urge to turn inwards, I seem to have to push through a layer of unease, guilt and confusion. I know there is a big difference. Would you speak to us about it?
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