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A Quote by Osho on bhagwan, osho, nirvana, samsara, zorba, and buddha

Zorba the Buddha
...I really don't know from which Book of Bhagwan/Osho I caught the quote, but he used it frequently and I'm pretty sure it's a well known quote...

osho

Source: Bhagwan, Osho

Contributed by: Alistair

A Quote by Osho

Life in itself is an empty canvas, it becomes whatsoever you paint on it.
You can paint misery, you can paint bliss. The freedom is your glory.

osho

Contributed by: Orchidice

A Quote by Osho on love and experience

There are a few things that can be done only by experiencing them.  Love is one of them.  There is no way to learn it; you have to do it.  And by trial and error one learns.

osho

Contributed by: Sadhana

A Quote by Osho on spirituality, god, truth, indiviuality, freedom, and aloneness

I have never been spiritual in the sense that you understand the word.  I have never gone to the temples or the churches, or read scriptures, or followed certain practices to find truth, or worshipped God or prayed to God.  That has not been my way at all.  So certainly you can say that I was not doing anything spiritual.  But to me spirituality has a totally different connotation.  It needs an honest individuality.  It does not allow any kind of dependence.  It creates a freedom for itself, whatever the cost.  It is never in the crowd but alone, because the crowd has never found any truth.  The truth has been found only in people's aloneness.

osho

Contributed by: Sadhana

A Quote by osho on becoming, improving, and realizing

...Drop the idea of becoming someone, because you are already a masterpiece. You cannot be improved. You have only to come to it, to know it, to realize it.

osho

Contributed by: jdp

A Quote by osho

Zen is not a religion, not a dogma, not a creed.  Zen is not even a quest, an inquiry; it is non-philosophical.  The fundemental of the Zen approach is that all is as it should be, nothing is missing,  This very moment everything is perfect.

A seed is a miser, confined to himself, and a flower is a spendthrift.

osho

Source: Zen, Its History and Teachings, Pages: 6..12

Contributed by: Michael

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