Life should be a search. Not a desire, but a search; not an ambition of becoming this or the other, the President of a country or a Prime Minister, but a search to discover: who am I? Life should be a continuous celebration, a festival of lights throughout the year. Only then you can grow, you can flourish. It transforms the small things in celebration. Life is not a prison, is not a punishment.
It is a reward and it is given only to those who have earned it, to those who deserve it. Now have the right to enjoy. It would be a sin if we do not go against the existence if we do not embellish it, if we simply leave it as we find it. No, leave it a little happier, more beautiful, more fragrant. Indeed, we must seize the changes that occur, the steady continuity of them, signs, signals, teachings that involves, we don’t waste our time, awaken and act within this continuity that allows us to grow, increasing our level of growth and learning, know cultivate our actions so that the spirit is enriched of the changes. He says Osho Furthermore, that life because it is bubbling within us.
Only we can contact her there. The temple is not abroad; one is his sanctuary. That is why the first thing you have to remember, if we want to know what is life, is: never seek it on the outside, never try to discover it in someone. The meaning It cannot be transferred in this way. The greatest masters have never said anything about life, always you us returned to oneself. The second thing we must remember is: once we know what is life, know what is death. Death is part of the same process. In general we believe that death comes at the end, we usually believe that death is opposed to life, we usually believe that death is the enemy, but death is not the enemy. And if we see death as the enemy this simply demonstrates that we have not been able to know what is life. Death and life are two polarities of the same energy, the same phenomenon, the flux and reflux, day and night, summer and winter. They are not separated and they are not opposites or contrary. They are complementary. Ultimately the visa is a generating continuity of changes, we cannot neglect and take advantage of them.