"Politics attracts only the most mediocre minds in the world. It does not attract Albert Einsteins, Bertrand Russells, Jean-Paul Sartres, Rabindranath Tagores... No, it attracts a certain kind of people. Psychologists are aware of the fact that people who are suffering from some inferiority complex are the people to be attracted towards politics, because politics can give them power. And through power they can convince themselves and others that they are not inferior, that they are not mediocre.
But just attaining power makes no difference to their intelligence. So the whole world is ruled by mediocre people when we have a large number of intelligent people - scientists, artists, musicians, poets, dancers, painters - all kinds of sensitive, creative people, the very cream of humanity, but they are not in power..."
The Sword and the Lotus, Ch 3, Q 1
At Home in the Universe - by Shanti
Call of the Master - by Bhagawati
Health Tips - by Grahi
Healthy Living by Sambodhi and Sandipa
La Dolce Vita - by Navyo
Not the Retiring Type
Osho and His Photographers
Osho's Life in His Own Words
Painting Tutorials - by Shivananda
Pune Diaries - by Subhuti
Remembering Osho - by Ageh Bharti
Romancing the Stones by Sohana
Samsara - by Bodhena