Osho: the one who loved flowers
२६ पुष २०७५, बिहीबार १४:००
On January 19, we will be marking 29th anniversary of Osho’s death. His logical things and his great words have also influenced human sensitivity, consciousness and society. We would like to start with Osho’s opinion or analysis.
According to Osho, love is somehow similar to respiration. This is the definition of the awesome and intriguing love that Osho analyzed. People always have an illusion that they love another person. Love is not an action or something to be transferred; it is something that is present within us infinitely. Similar to respiration, it doesn’t matter where we are or with whom the action of respiration is going on within us. That’s exactly what love is. Love isn’t something to be done, it is a feeling that we have within ourselves. Instead of saying I love him or her, let’s start following the word love and its feeling and give justice to this beautiful word.
This month, Livemandu will bring Osho’s words and analysis frequently in front of the viewers. Let’s read Osho’s five magnificent statements.
Love a flower, don’t pick it up.
Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love.
So if you love a flower, let it be.
Love is not about possession.
Love is about appreciation.”
Experience life in all possible ways —
good-bad, bitter-sweet, dark-light,
summer-winter. Experience all the dualities.
Don’t be afraid of experience, because
the more experience you have, the more
mature you become.”
Be – don’t try to become
Life begins where fear ends.
– Osho Bhagwam Shree Rajneesh
Truth is not something outside to be discovered, it is something inside to be realized.
Finally we are leaving with Osho’s really intriguing statement.
Darkness is an absence of light. Ego is an absence of awareness
There is a widespread of ego in today’s world. In this world of arrogance, Osho’s statements can play a lot in world peace and globalism.
Be happy and do not forget to take pleasure in life. Life is a festival; celebrate every day as a festival. Smile a little more.
Translated By Archeesa Aryal
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