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    Zarathustra: A God That Can DanceDiscourse #4

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    Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance Discourse # 04 [English]

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    Discourse: # 04
    Discourse Title: Prologue part for 28 March 1987 am in Chuang Tzu
    Duration: 147 Minutes

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    Zarathustra continues to talk to the audience, which consists only of the blind and the deaf and the heartless. But his love and his compassion is such that he does not ask them to be worthy to understand him. I am reminded of Bodhidharma, a man of the same height of consciousness as Zarathustra. He remained sitting before a wall, facing the wall, keeping his back towards the audience for nine years. People would come, but he would talk to the wall; people would ask questions, but he would answer to the wall.The emperor of China, Wu, was very much puzzled with this strange man. He asked him, "Why do you face the wall? This is absolutely unheard of. You are talking to the people; you should face them." Bodhidharma had tears in his eyes, and still facing the wall he said, "I have talked for many years to many people, facing them, but I have always found I am talking to the wall. They hear, but they don't listen. They appear to understand, but they only misunderstand...

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