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    Come, Come, Yet Again Come

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    Come, Come, Yet Again Come [Books]

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    The title of this book comes from an invitation by the Sufi mystic, Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi. These could be Osho's words - an encouragement to every seeker, everyone who is searching for himself, to look and look again.

    Osho talks of a communion between master and disciple, not a communication. Those who have been with him for some time learn to listen to the silence between the words, behind the words, and thus come closer to the truth.

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    Osho,

    I am a sinner. Can I also become your sannyasin?

    Govind, yes, absolutely yes! In fact, only a sinner can become a sannyasin. Those who think themselves saints, holier-than-thou, they are the closed people, they are the dead people. They have become incapable of living, incapable of celebrating.

    Sannyas is celebration of life, and sin is natural: natural in the sense that you are unconscious – what else can you do? In unconsciousness, sin is bound to happen. Sin simply means that you don’t know what you are doing, you are unaware, so whatsoever you do goes wrong.

    But to recognize that “I am a sinner” is the beginning of a great pilgrimage. To recognize that “I am a sinner” is the beginning of real virtue. To see that “I am ignorant” is the first glimpse of wisdom...

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-251-1

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