The very nature of truth is such that if you try to express it, you cannot express….OSHO
The very nature of truth is such that if you try to express it, you cannot express. The glimpse comes to you when there are no words, when the mind stops functioning — then comes the glimpse. And by the time words have come back to the mind, the glimpse is gone. They never meet.
When the glimpse is there, words are not there; the mind is not there to recognize, to formulate. When the mind comes back, the glimpse is gone. From one door you enter; the truth leaves the house from another door. You never meet.
Truth leaves the moment the mind enters, but still, the mind can feel the fragrance. Something has happened, something tremendously valuable has happened. Somebody has been in the house. You can feel… somebody has passed. The room has a different quality to it now. Your whole being is throbbing with some experience.
Something has happened — a light in the darkness — but the mind cannot capsulate what has happened. It can feel a little bit — something certainly has happened, the being is not the same, the house has changed — but still, what has happened remains incomprehensible to the mind.
The mind would like to share it with all those you love. With all those you feel for, you would like to share, but if you try, you will fail.
So these two things are part of the nature of the experience itself. First, you would like to share, you will have a tremendous urge to share, and then you will fail — sharing is not possible. And the second thing: still you cannot hide it. It will show from your eyes, from the way you walk, from the way you talk, from the way you remain silent. It will show. Have you watched it?