Osho answers a seeker’s question about how can there be any generalizations about the qualities of man and woman.
Widely-read Australian writer, John Howard, reviews Prem Vandan’s (Martin Guinness) new, second book.
Osho answers the question, “Some days I feel like a swami and others like a ma. Can I be both? Or will I grow up schizy?”
“Down the ages man has been searching to find how to conquer death. And in fact there is no need to search, because death is an illusion,” says Osho
The longing for a better life, for a utopia, has been constantly in man’s mind since he became aware of his consciousness. On the other hand he became more and more afraid of all his irrational powers. Can you please comment?
It seems so unfortunate that existence had to give women this thing called menstruation every month.
Nirupam means unique. This is one of the greatest paradoxes of life, that we are not separate from the whole, yet each individual is unique.