“I can die, but not life. You can die, you will die – but not the cosmos, not the existence,” states Osho.
Osho mentions Kabir’s son, Kamal, who corrected his father’s sentence to “The dewdrop has not disappeared into the ocean, but the ocean has disappeared into the dewdrop.”
“We arise out of the cosmic consciousness; we fall back into the cosmic consciousness,” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
In the midst of many global crises, while many of us find ourselves feeling fury, helplessness, and grief, drowning in shadow, Lissa Rankin shares a love letter. Published in Wake Up World on November 23, 2016.