When somebody looks at reality, then he sees that the whole is an organic unity….OSHO
Everything is moving. The breath that is within you will be in me a little later. And the breath is life, so your life and my life cannot be different, because the same breath you breathe I breathe. I exhale, you inhale it; you exhale, I inhale it.
Your heart and my heart cannot be very different. They are breathing and beating the same ocean of vitality around. I call this my breath, but by the time I have called it, it is no more mine — it has moved, it has changed the house, now it is somebody else's breath. What you call your life is not yours. It is nobody's — or it is everybody's.
When somebody looks at reality, then he sees that the whole is an organic unity. The sun is working for you, the ocean is working for you, the stars are working for you. The people milling around the world are working for you and you are working for them.
You are getting ready, ripe, to die, to become food for somebody else. And this has to be so — because you have made so many things your food, finally you have to become their food. Everything is food for somebody else. It is a chain… and you want to cling to life. And the apple, it also wants to cling to the life; and the wheat, the wheat also wants to remain itself. Then life will cease.
Life lives through death. You die here, somebody becomes alive there; I exhale, somebody inhales. Just like a rhythmic exhalation, inhalation, is life and death. Life is inhalation, death is exhalation.