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The Difference between Loneliness and Aloneness
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The Difference between Loneliness and Aloneness

Knowing Oneself Is the Only Richness. Lost in loneliness, we feel like beggars. Finding our aloneness, we become buddhas. “The individual is a fiction – the whole cosmos is a reality. We are just dewdrops on lotus leaves, very beautiful in the early morning sun. But a small breeze comes and the dewdrop slips into...

Love Brings Aloneness
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Love Brings Aloneness

Aloneness Is Something Very Deep to Be Understood, Something of Great Significance. “Love always brings aloneness. Aloneness always brings love. They are never separate. People think just the opposite. People think, “When you are in love, how can you be alone?” They don’t make any distinction between two words: loneliness and aloneness. Hence the confusion....

Loneliness in Love
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Loneliness in Love

Osho,Never before have I felt so much love and never before so alone. Thank you, Osho…. “It is something very deep to be understood, something of great significance. Love always brings aloneness. Aloneness always brings love. They are never separate. “People think just the opposite. People think, “When you are in love, how can you...

Loneliness and Aloneness?
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Loneliness and Aloneness?

What is needed is not something in which you can forget your loneliness. What is needed is that you become aware of your aloneness, which is a reality. And it is so beautiful to experience it, to feel it, because it is your freedom from the crowd, from the other. It is your freedom from the fear of being lonely.

Misery Loves Attention
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Misery Loves Attention

Osho,Why do I feel so much pain in letting go of the things that arecausing me misery? “The things that are causing you misery must be giving you some pleasure too, otherwise the question would not arise. If they were pure misery you would have dropped them. But in life, nothing is pure; everything is...

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