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    This book is precious; it is a treasure. It can become a dialogue between you and the enlightened master Osho. It can become the rarest of phenomena - a meeting, a sharing of being. The discourses based on ten Zen stories can become stepping stones to a deeper understanding of your own life because they are about you, they are addressed to you, they are you! You are the treasure, hiding from yourself. No Water No Moon' is a gift from existence to everybody, calling everybody to come back home.

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    Debate is violence. You can kill through it, you cannot revive through it.

    You cannot give life through it, you can murder through it. Truths can be murdered through debate, but they cannot be resurrected. It is violence; the very attitude is violent. Really, you are not asking for the truth, you are asking for the victory. When victory is the goal, truth will be sacrificed. When truth is the goal, you can sacrifice victory also.

    And truth should be the goal, not victory, because when victory is the goal you are a politician, not a religious man. You are aggressive, you are trying somehow to overpower the other, you are trying somehow to dominate and domineer. And truth can never become a domination, it can never destroy the other. Truth can never be a victory in the sense that you have overpowered the other.

    Truth brings humility, humbleness. It is not an ego-trip – but all debates are ego-trips. So debate can never lead to the real; it always leads to the unreal, the untruth, because the very phenomenon that you are after, victory, is stupid. Truth wins, not you, not I. In discussion you win or I win, truth never wins...

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-243-6

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