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    Zarathustra: A God That Can DanceDiscourse #21

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    Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance Discourse # 21 [English]

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    Discourse: #21
    Discourse Title: Of the compassionate 6 April 1987 pm in Chuang Tzu
    Duration:109 Minutes

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    BELOVED OSHO ,
    OF THE COMPASSIONATEAS LONG AS MEN HAVE EXISTED, MAN HAS ENJOYED HIMSELF TOO LITTLE: THAT ALONE, MY BROTHERS, IS OUR ORIGINAL SIN! AND IF WE LEARN BETTER TO ENJOY OURSELVES, WE BEST UNLEARN HOW TO DO HARM TO OTHERS AND TO CONTRIVE HARM. THERE FORE I WASH MY HAND WHEN IT HAS HELPED A SUFFERER, THERE FORE I WIPE MY SOUL CLEAN AS WELL. FOR I SAW THE SUFFERER SUFFER, AND BECAUSE I SAW IT I WAS ASHAMED ON ACCOUNT OF HIS SHAME; AND WHEN I HELPED HIM, THEN I SORELY INJURED HIS PRIDE....`BE RESERVED IN ACCEPTING! HONOUR A MAN BY ACCEPTING FROM HIM!' - THUS I ADVISE THOSE WHO HAVE NOTHING TO GIVE. I, HOWEVER, AM A GIVER: I GIVE GLADLY AS A FRIEND TO FRIENDS. BUT STRANGERS AND THE POOR MAY PLUCK THE FRUIT FROM MY TREE FOR THEMSELVES: IT CAUSES LESS SHAME THAT WAY....AND WE ARE THE MOST UNFAIR, NOT TOWARDS HIM WHOM WE DO NOT LIKE, BUT TOWARDS HIM FOR WHOM WE FEEL NOTHING AT ALL. BUT IF YOU HAVE A SUFFERING FRIEND, BE A RESTING-PLACE FOR HIS SUFFERING, BUT A RESTING-PLACE LIKE A HARD BED, A CAMP-BED: THUS YOU WILL SERVE HIM BEST. AND SHOULD YOUR FRIEND DO YOU A WRONG, THEN SAY: `I FORGIVE YOU WHAT YOU DID TO ME; BUT THAT YOU DID IT TO YOURSELF - HOW COULD I FORGIVE THAT?'

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