Rajneesh Osho

Rajnessh OshoEhem…one of my fave philosopher…In any other way, I can tell that he’s the most practical one I’ve known…I used to hate Indian people before but this bearded guy changed my construct…hahahahahaha…

I really like this statement from his book:
“Life is a journey—an endless journey. Do not analyze. Just enjoy the journey. Pity you!—in your obsession for the destination, you miss to appreciate the beauty of the journey itself. There is no goal—if life has a goal, then when you reach the goal, you have become imprisoned by your own goal—you have become less by your goal. What we have in life is a series of journeys. In fact it is the journey alone that counts.” (in Rajneesh Osho’s book, If you see the Buddha; That is not the Buddha–Slap it! Pune, India: Osho Ashram, 1995; p. 163) .

I’m just wondering how many mortals out there could relate to this? Hmmmn…Osho hit me straight to the face…He’s right! Oftentimes people are so goal-oriented they forget to enjoy their life. Hmmmn…Katulgon nako…Sunod adlaw nasad…hekhek…

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Agnes likes to think that she's a full-time BUM. She's currently doing the things she loves while maintaining a frugal lifestyle. This blog is all about her struggles to live a frugal life, her quest to see the world via budget traveling, and her love to share to other people (via blogging) everything that she is passionate about.

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