Whatsoever comes out of awareness is virtue, and whatsoever comes out of your sleep is sin…OSHO
An enlightened man is a miracle every moment.
He remains in absolute silence, and acts out of that silence, responds out of that silence.
He has no ideas about good and bad, but whatsoever happens through him is good.
Whatsoever happens through him is love, whatsoever happens through him is compassion, because it is not possible otherwise.
Not that he decides, "I should love you." He has no 'shoulds', no ideals.
Not that he decides, "I should not be bad; I should not sin" —
he has no ideas about 'bad' or' sin'.
Out of awareness is virtue born.
Whatsoever comes out of awareness is virtue,
and whatsoever comes out of your sleep is sin.
If you ask my definition of sin, I will say, "An unconscious act, which is a reaction, is sin.
A conscious act which is not a reaction — which is a response — is virtue."