What I mean by the word ‘GOD’…..OSHO
what I mean by the word 'God'.
I don't mean a person,
I simply mean a quality, a presence.
By "God" I mean godliness;
the whole existence is full of godliness.
And when you will come to know,
you will not see a god standing before you,
you will see the trees as divine,
the rocks as divine,
the people as divine,
the animals as divine.
God is spread all over the place,
from the pebble to the star,
from the blade of grass to the sun –
it is all divine.
Whenever I use the word 'God'
it is never meant to be a person;
it simply means a presence,
a silent absolute presence of intelligence in existence.
But first you have to become aware of this intelligence in you,
only then can you know this intelligence in others.?