Passivity does not mean inactivity, it means a very expectant patience…OSHO
The Bauls say, "Become feminine, become passive."
But remember, when they say become passive they don't mean to become lazy.
To be lazy is also the same as-to be active.
Lazy is not passive. He may not be doing anything, but in his mind he goes on doing.
He may not be actually doing anything, but he goes on doing many things in the mind — even more so, because the whole energy is available and he has nothing do.
He goes on thinking and doing things in the mind; that activity remains.
Passivity does not mean inactivity, it means a very expectant patience, a very active patience, alive patience.
The lazy man is dull; the lazy man is simply dead.
Passivity is not deadness. It is fully alive: the reservoir is full of energy, but not going anywhere, not going.
In any search, just waiting for the Beloved to come.