Life consists of being alive — OSHO
When you are meditating,
always remember that
the periphery is not to be lost permanently.
You have to come to the periphery again and again
so the route remains clear and the path remains there.
Hence my insistence to meditate
but not to renounce the world.
Meditate in the morning
and then go to the market;
meditate in the morning and then go to your office.
Meditate and then make love!
Don't create any dichotomy,
don't create any conflict.
Don't say, "Now how can I love?
I am a meditator."
Then you are moving in a dangerous direction;
sooner or later you will lose all contact with the periphery.
Then you will become frozen at the center.
And life consists of being alive —
changing, moving. Life is dynamic, it is not dead.