The Razor's Edge ~ 12
|date & time||3 Mar 1987 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 58min. Quality: good.|
|video||Available, duration 2h 10min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
- Question 1 from Sat Vijaya
- Beloved Osho, is it really true that God is also searching for me? Can I wait for him to find me?
- Question 2 from Gayan
- Beloved Osho, I love this little Zen story, as it also has the flavor of your childhood stories. Ikkyu, the Zen master, was very clever even as a boy. His teacher had a precious teacup, a rare antique. Ikkyu happened to break this cup and was greatly perplexed. Hearing the footsteps of his teacher, he held the pieces of the cup behind him. When the master appeared, Ikkyu asked, "Why do people have to die?" "This is natural," explained the older man, "everything has to die, and has just so long to live." Ikkyu, producing the shattered cup, added, "It was time for your cup to die."
- Question 3 from Anand Shobha
- Beloved Osho, I came here confused, not knowing who I am. For many days sitting near you I have heard my heart asking and your voice answering. Every day you have heard my words and my questions. Now I sit in your presence, my heart is quieter. Sometimes just a jump of joy, a desire to dance or to give you a hug, nothing else... no questions, no answers, no problems. Osho, am I sleeping again?
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