Osho speaks on human rights; part 3 of 4.
Excerpt from the book, Sudhiyon ke Rajhans (King Swans Remembered), by the late renowned poet, Professor Jawaharlal ‘Tarun’ of Jabalpur.
Osho states, “… there is no need that the revolution should happen before our eyes. It is contentment enough that you were part of a movement that changed the world.”
Osho comments on: ‘Avoid loud and aggressive persons; they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain or bitter…’
In a Press Interview, Osho speaks to journalists sent by the Punjab Kesari, a Hindi newspaper, who had asked him about his health. Osho mentions his time during the twelve days he has spent in US jails.
Part of an interview by Shashikant Sadaiv with Rasa Didi, aka Ma Yoga Bhakti, published originally in Hindi in Sadhana Path & Osho Today magazines in 2016.
Osho tells an anecdote from his school days (with audio) – “…if you are aware, suddenly you are alone.”
Trust is never conditional. I trust you, not because you are trustworthy; I trust you because I cannot distrust.
In my childhood I used to love swimming, and my village river becomes very dangerous in rainy season, it becomes flooded.
Q: If I could ask you a question about your past: you spent a year – when you were a student in India – mad; in which you couldn’t formulate a sentence, and you lost your perspective. Is that the time that you were looking for that door?
Q: What exactly do you do in the bathroom for three hours a day? Or should we not discuss that on videotape?
Osho speaks about the time when he learned how to drive and about a trip he made during which his car broke down.
Osho speaks about getting his Oregon driving license and being stopped by the police while driving on the county road in Oregon.