I don’t know what day today is, I don’t know what date today is. To me, it is always the now….OSHO
I live in a timelessness.
I use the watch only for you, when I come to the morning discourse or to the evening interview; only for four hours do I use the watch.
The whole day I have no business with time.
I don't know what day today is, I don't know what date today is. To me, it is always the now.
And when I said every gesture means something, my looking at the watch again and again simply means compassion, because without the watch….
One day it happened that the watch stopped. I looked at it again and again, and I thought it was perfectly right.
I realized only later on that I had spoken for three hours.
I would have spoken longer — I had to stop after three hours because my bladder was full!
I have no concern with time. I live moment to moment.
That's why I go on looking at the watch — so that I don't harass you too much.