In solitude the absence of the other is not felt. We are complete just by ourselves, writes Pratiksha Apurv in Speaking Tree. Published on July 6, 2019.
“The existence is an infinite process. So there is no beginning, really, and there cannot be any end,” states Osho.
“… I paid a lot of attention to tiny things, and I still do – maybe I pay more attention now than I did before,” says Upendra Mishra, quoting Osho and what one can learn from nature about our inner world. Published in India New England News.
“The new man, he will be complete, entire, acquainted with the outside world and acquainted with the inside world as well,” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
The Upanishads say that there is no opposition between God and the world: there is no Devil, and there is no power opposing God. How then is this world created?
Osho speaks on 11 books, among them Notes of the Disciples of Bodhidharma and In Search of the Miraculous.