My love is unconditional, and my acceptance is without asking you to be anything other than you are…OSHO
If you cannot sing your own song, be silent. Your silence is far more valuable than the greatest song which you have borrowed from somebody else.
It will not be alive, it will not have a heartbeat. It will not be breathing.
Your silence will be breathing.
Your silence will have a heartbeat to it.
Your silence will be alive.
There is only one giving, it is never partial. And you cannot give yourself in installments, something today and something tomorrow…
slowly, slowly gathering courage, cutting yourself into slices.
You are not a loaf of a bread; you are a living being. Either you give yourself in totality, or you don't give.
Whatever you are, as you are… I don't put any conditions on anybody.
My love is unconditional, and my acceptance is without asking you to be anything other than you are.
In this relaxed attitude, the meeting and merging between the master and the disciple happens; there is no other way.
As far as I am concerned, I am willing to accept.
Now it is a question of you — are you willing to give, or are you first waiting to become able to give?
If I am ready to accept right now, why waste time, and why wait for tomorrow?
Giving yourself will be such a relaxation, such a transformation, such a joy,
that you cannot conceive it; you can only experience if you go through the gesture of giving.