Walk Without Feet ~ 03

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event type discourse
date & time 3 Jan 1978 am
location Buddha Hall, Poona
language English
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shorttitle FEET03
Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
Question 1 from Divya
What is herenow?
Does 'thought' form part of it?
If so, then all-time and all-things are now.
Or... is herenow only in no-mind?
Question 2 from Yoga Bharti
You often say sannyas is to live in the utmost insecurity, but my experience has been different. I have felt more secure in my heart only since taking sannyas. What should I listen to? I am confused.
Question 3
What is desirelessness? Is it to be totally without desire or to be totally free to have or not have desire?
Question 4 from Divya
Beloved master, I know we are not the body, or the 'cloud' as you called it... But when I open my eyes I can't help noticing that your toes ere turning blue from the cold! Why won't you wear a wrap or a shawl, or why won't you let us put a quilt or something over your legs?!
Question 5 from Katyayani
You always speak so beautifully of creativity and aesthetics...! Will there be work for poets, painters, sculptors, designers, musicians, craftsmen, etc. at the new commune?
Question 6
I do not trust your words. At first I could grab on to a phrase or a theme and hug it to my bosom -- paste it on my wall -- repeat it as a mantram -- Aha! Now I have a key -- but the next day or the next week you say the opposite.
Now I am afraid to listen to you.
Question 7
What is a question? And is there an answer to every question? And why do you answer our questions?
Question 8 from Ma Prem Punita
This crazy, sweet, totally demanding and physically exhausting, delightful marathon called motherhood.... Since this fireball came to us -- almost two years now -- not one uninterrupted night's sleep, not one day of rest. And feeling nothing so important as simply being present for him -- and so very often inadequate and tense and tired in that.
Where is laughter in this?
Help! Help! Yuck, yuck, yuck.
Yet another 'Jewish mother'
Ma Prem Punita


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