Be sensitive if you want to be religious….OSHO
I used to go to a blind man. Whenever I would enter his room he would immediately recognize me.
So I asked him, 'How do you do it?' He said, 'Because of your footsteps. Your footsteps are different from anybody else's.
Each thing is different — just as your thumb impressions are different from anybody else's in the world, past, present, or future, in exactly the same way the sound of your footsteps is different, unique.
Nobody has walked that way before, and nobody is going to walk that way again. But we cannot recognize people by their foot-sounds — impossible.
The ear can be very, very sensitive — then you become a musician. If the eyes are very sensitive, you become an artist, a painter, a sculptor. But religion is your total being. You become sensitive in all the ways possible.
All the doors of your house have to be opened so the sun can come in and the sunshine can come in; so the fresh breeze can come in and keep you constantly alive and young and pure and vital.
Be sensitive if you want to be religious.