While I was browsing through the mystical and new age books in a large book store yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised to find Osho’s books as well. Here’s sharing here an interesting passage from his book “Living Dangerously”:
“The most difficult thing in life is to drop the past – to drop the past means to drop the whole identity, to drop the whole personality. It is to drop yourself. You are nothing but your conditionings.
It is not like dropping clothes – it is as if one’s skin is being peeled off. Your past is all that you know you are. Dropping is difficult, arduous – the most difficult thing in life. But those who can dare to drop it, only they live. Others pretend to live, others simply go on dragging themselves somehow. They don’t have any vitality – they can’t have. They live at the minimum, to…
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