Zen Zest Zip Zap and Zing ~ 02

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event type discourse
date & time 28 Dec 1980 am
location Buddha Hall, Pune
language English
audio Available, duration 1h 10min. Quality: good.
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video Available, duration 1h 0min. Quality: not so good. Incomplete: missing Q3. Present: Osho arriving, Q1, Q2 and Osho leaving.
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shorttitle ZZZZZ02
Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
Question 1 from Sw Prem Pramod
Edited excerpt: 12min 10sec, first part of question 1 **
Osho, do you think that you will go to heaven when you die?
Question 2 from Anil Bharti
Osho, while on an educational tour to Bombay and Poona I brought some of my students to your lecture yesterday. I wanted them to have a taste of the joy and the bliss that I have received from you. Hence I almost forced them to come to the ashram by making them wake up early in the morning, take their baths, skip their breakfasts, so that we arrived here in time. I was shocked when I heard their reactions after the discourse they were very critical of you and of everything they saw and heard here during their short stay, and cursed me for bringing them here. 'The government should ban this place', 'this man should be shot', etcetera were some of their reactions. When I asked them what it was that you had said that hurt them, they could not say a word. However, they kept accusing and cursing me, as if I had done something very wrong to them. Since then these very students whom I loved so much and whom I cared for and respected are behaving with me as if I am their enemy.
These students, including girls, are supposed to be the most cultured, well-behaved and intelligent in the whole of the university, as they are selected for their course of study through a competitive test. They come from well-to-do families, are grown-up young men and women between twenty and twenty-five years, and are above average in their I.Q.
Osho, how long will the new generation keep missing you?
Should those of us who live and work in the outside world not even speak of you to those whom we love and care for? Should we not even try to share this joy and this bliss that we have experienced through you, even with those who are close to us?
Question 3 from Maria
Osho, is the innocence of small children just ignorance, or has it got any value too?


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