I am just absolutely grateful to the journalists…OSHO
Remember one thing: if you report something good it never becomes news.
Nobody is interested in good things; people are interested in something bad, something sensational. So they are in search of sensation.
And you can find enough sensational things here, more than you can find anywhere else. You need not invent them — we provide them!
Father Murphy was a priest in a very poor parish. He asked for suggestions how he could raise money for his church, and was told that horse-owners always had money.
He went to a horse auction, but he made a very poor buy as the horse turned out to be a donkey.
However, he thought he might enter the donkey in a race. The donkey came in third, and the next morning the headlines in the paper read, "Father Murphy's Ass Shows."
The archbishop saw the paper and was very angry.
The next day the donkey came in first and the headlines read, "Father Murphy's Ass Out Front."
The archbishop was up in arms and figured something had to be done.
Father Murphy entered the donkey for a third time and it came in second. Now the newspaper read, "Father Murphy's Ass Back In Place." The archbishop thought this was too much so he forbade the priest to enter the donkey the next day, which inspired the editor to write the headline, "Archbishop Scratches Father Murphy's Ass."
Finally, the archbishop heard this and ordered Father Murphy to get rid of the donkey. But he was unable to sell it, so he gave it to Sister Agatha for a pet. When the archbishop heard this he ordered Sister Agatha to dispose of the animal at once. She sold it for ten dollars.
Next day the headlines read, "Sister Agatha Peddles Her Ass For Ten Dollars."
Don't be worried about the journalists. Enjoy whatsoever they write and help them to find things so they can go on writing. I am much more concerned right now that they should go on writing, because whether they write for or against they bring more and more people to me.
And once a person comes here it is very difficult to escape! So I am just absolutely grateful to the journalists, whatsoever they are doing. They are doing such humanitarian work, such a great service to me!