In this 13th volume of the Osho Collection, master Osho reflects on our conception of time and its implications for the meaning of our lives. According to Osho, the Western philosophical conception of time as a hopeless, irrevocably passing line strips our lives of all meaning. There is, however, the possibility of looking at the passage of time from a new, transcendent perspective that will end the nihilism and hopelessness of our society.
The word "meaning" is irrelevant to life - OSHO Talks Vol. 9
Life, Love, Consciousness. Try it, it tastes great
Meditation is not part of your biology.
This is not a teaching
Life is a creative challenge - OSHO Talks Vol. 9
We are a creation of truth - OSHO Talks Vol. 10
This urge to awaken - OSHO Talks Vol. 15
Jealousy: your main enemy
The spider kept falling - OSHO Talks Vol. 11
Do you have the courage to ask how to save humanity? - OSHO Talks Vol. 1