The Divine Melody - Discourses on Songs of Kabir

The Divine Melody - Discourses on Songs of Kabir

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Author: Osho
Editor(s): Ma Deva Bhasha / Ma Ananda Vandana
Publisher: Fusion Books
Year: 2012
Language: English
Pages: 260
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171823467


This book is a collection of Osho's discourses on songs of Kabir, which are nothing but the overflowing of that melody that he has heard.

What is religion? Religion is falling in tune with the whole, falling in love with the whole, falling in a togetherness with the whole. A religious person is one who is not against the whole and irreligious is one who is fighting the whole, is in conflict with the whole. The religious person is life-affirmative. The irreligious person is life-negative. To the religious person all is good - - his affirmation is absolute and total. Nothing is wrong; even if it appears at times that is wrong, it cannot be wrong. It must be a misunderstanding, a misinterpretation. It must be based somewhere in our ignorance because we don't know the whole story.


God is welling up everywhere
Become a flame
The Bee has received its invitation
The Greatest love-affair on earth]
Your lake reflects the moon of God
You will awake praying
it is heard without ears
Trust is a touchstone
The Pause between two notes
Married for Eternity