Osho on fighting

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Don't stay in the dark to long

Don’t stay in the dark to long, watch it, embrace it, feel it and then let it go…

Osho on fighting.

One moment it was there,
another moment it is gone.
One moment we are here, 
and another moment we have gone.
And for this simple moment,
how much fuss we make!
How much violence, ambition,
struggle, conflict, anger, hatred,
just for this small moment!
Just waiting for the train in a waiting room on a station, and creating so much fuss: fighting, hurting each other, trying to possess, trying to boss, trying to dominate – all that politics.
And then the train comes and
you are gone forever.

Osho                                                   Take it Easy, Volume 1 Chapter 13

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Question: IS IT TO ENJOY LIFE AND NOT WORRY ABOUT TOMORROW?
Answere: There is no tomorrow. If there is tomorrow, you cannot stop worrying about it. Tomorrow never comes, it is a process of worrying. Nor is there any yesterday. One is no more, one is not yet. All that is in our hands is the present moment, now, here. And this is a miraculous experience. If there is no yesterday, no tomorrow, and this very moment you are silent, all worrying disappears. All imagining, dreaming, projecting disappears. And it is not that you have to enjoy this moment. That rejoicing arises out of this moment. But you are never here, you are always somewhere else. You are never in the now, you are always then. Otherwise, everything is available, but you are absent. I want my people to understand a very simple fact — not a philosophy, something existential, not philosophical — be present to this moment and then see what happens.

Osho
The Last Testament