Don't Just Do Something, Sit There: A Darshan Diary

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Title:Don't Just Do Something, Sit There: A Darshan Diary

ISBN:N000021232

Author:Osho
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

Publisher:Ma Yoga Laxmi Rajneesh Foundation

Publish Year:1980

Edition:First Edition

Cover:Hard Back

Subject:Religion | Spirituality / Spiritual | Osho

Language:English

Remarks:B&W Photographs.

Pages:345

Size:280 x 223 mm

Weight(gms):1380

Price:USD 100.00

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  • In this book, Osho contemplates on the quintessential question of life's ultimate goal. "What is it?" He asks. The answer is: "There is none." He points out that life's only goal is life, itself. There is no end one must attain, there is no journey one must take. To breathe, to live, to love, is the only purpose. According to Osho, the problem with Western logic is this: there is always a goal one must accomplish. From Socrates to Sartre to Christianity, one's existence is constantly challenged. We are always expected to DO SOMETHING in order EARN our right to exist. Yet, Osho warns us, that by wanting to do something, one is constantly living in the future. The present is ignored. Life is ignored. We are always thinking of our reward, our heaven. Ultimately, we end up missing the whole purpose of life-- when, in truth, all we have to do, is sit down, and breathe.

    This book is the twenty third in the Rajneesh Foundation's darshan diary series.

     

    Osho

    Osho, known for his revolutionary contribution to the science of inner transformation, continues to inspire millions of people worldwide in their search to define a new approach to individual spirituality that is self-directed and responsive to the everyday challenges of contemporary life. The Sunday Times of London named him one of the '1,000 Makers of the Twentieth Century,' and novelist Tom Robbins called him 'the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ.

    Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

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