It is my outstretched hand, so that I can touch your heart….OSHO
If I am talking about silence and you are listening the right way,
you will never ask how to be silent,
because in the very listening you would have tasted it.
In the very listening you will have experienced it —
the window has opened.
The people who listen intellectually
are bound to ask later on how to do it.
Their question about how to do it signifies
that they have missed what was conveyed to them.
It is not only words that I am saying to you —
I am conveying my very heart.
The words are only vehicles.
Through the intellect the vehicles will reach,
but I will be left behind.
When you are listening without the mind,
the vehicle becomes unimportant;
its only use is that it helps me to reach to you.
It is my outstretched hand, so that I can touch your heart.