The Razor's Edge ~ 20
|date & time||7 Mar 1987 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 42min. Quality: good.|
Live music after the discourse.
|video||Available, duration 1h 56min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
- Question 1 from Anando Visarjano
- Beloved Osho, the more I am here with you, the more I am confused, excited and amazed that you exist. I have been a sannyasin for seven years and realize now that I took you for granted. Beloved Osho, how is it possible that it took me seven years to start slowly, slowly seeing you?
- Question 2 from Maneesha
- Beloved Osho, in his book "the Fourth way", Ouspensky says, "In the work, the first condition is understanding what one wants to gain and how much one is prepared to pay for it, because one has to pay for everything." In the marketplace we accept that nothing is free; yet as far as the non-material things are concerned, like love, happiness, meditativeness, we tend to think this law does not apply. We seem to take them for granted, as if they are our due -- things that life owes us, because we have been good enough to grace existence with our presence. Would you please comment?
- Question 3 from Sw Deva Abhiyana
- Beloved Osho, each day, each word, each gesture penetrates unknown layers... unimagined flowers opening, unexplained music dancing. And with each, a deeper longing for something missing, like a target that cries for the arrow that has just fallen short. Beloved master, am I dwelling too much on what's missing?
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