Editor(s): Swami Anand Robin/Ma Prem Shunyo
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171824382
In these talks you will find the experience of a today Buddha, who senses that there is more to life than we can see with our eyes. Reading you will find a thirst arising to explore that ‘beyond’, and you will enjoy accepting the great challenge in this ancient wisdom.
Without meditation, everything is rational and yet absurd because it is meaningless. With meditation, everything is irrational but meaningful. And the moment life is meaningful, life is. When it is not meaningful, when it is rationally understood but meaningless, then it is not. It is as dead as can be. This is the paradox: with the mind, you can understand but the meaning is lost; with the heart, you cannot understand but the meaning is known, felt, realized.
The Great Challenge of Osho is not just a challenge, it is also an invitation. In these pages, you will find the experience of an enlightened man, of a twentieth century Buddha, as He responds to questions from people who sense that there is more to life than meets the eye. If reading Osho's words, you find a thirst arising in you to explore that "beyond", you have heard this invitation, you have accepted this Great Challenge.
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