Zen Zest Zip Zap and Zing ~ 03
|date & time||29 Dec 1980 am|
|location||Buddha Hall, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 15min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
- Question 1 from Ma Prem Joyce
- Osho, I have been reflecting on the difference between 'feeling sorry' for someone and 'having compassion'. It seems to me that to be sorry for someone has an element of condescension in it, as if you were superior to the other, and that it does not necessarily have anything to do with love, whereas compassion must be an integral part of loving. Please comment.
- Question 2 from Ma Yoga Vidya
- Osho, the other day you were talking about hugging and kissing as an expression of freedom. After discourse an Indian sannyasin was swaying and hugging a Western woman sannyasin and it looked so ugly to see. It did not feel at all like love. It seemed that he was trying to utilize the word 'freedom' as a result of your discourse.
- Question 3 from Ananto
- Osho, what should be done so that people can understand you? I feel very sad to see so much misunderstanding about you and your teachings.
- Question 4 from Rishiraj
- Osho, do you take yourself seriously?
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