The Rebellious Spirit ~ 10

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event type discourse
date & time 15 Feb 1987, 8:00
location Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune
language English
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shorttitle SPIRIT10
Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
Question 1 from Satyam Svarup
Edited excerpt: 12min 45sec, question 1 **
Beloved Osho, what is the difference between waiting for the ship to come in, and being passive and fatalistic?
Question 2
Beloved Osho, I really love that image of you being like the sun rising in the morning, and us, your disciples, being like the birds and trees and flowers starting to sing and dance in the warmth and light.
It looks to me like there is one difference in the analogy: the actual sun doesn't have a mischievous sense of humour, and the actual birds and trees and flowers aren't giggling -- or are they?
Question 3 from Sw Anand Maitreya
Beloved Osho, you say that fear and freedom, like ambition and love, cannot co-exist. But it is existence that brings into being fear and love of freedom, together.
Please comment.
Question 4 from Sudhiro
Beloved Osho, seven years ago you gave me the name "patience" and said, "For one who can wait infinitely, things happen immediately."
Oh, my master, it seems I've lost track of what I'm waiting for, or where I've been, or where I'm going. A stranger to myself, the journey grows ever stranger; yet just the waiting, more and more is enough. I feel pregnant with a soft throbbing in my heart, miracle of miracles to be here with you again.
Is this the beginning of patience, or am I fooling myself again?


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