There is a tremendously beautiful saying of Jesus. I am never tired of quoting it again and again. Jesus says: “Those who have, more shall be given to them. And those who don’t have, even that which they have will be taken away from them”.
A strange statement to make – very strange. Because our ordinary mathematics, arithmetic, socialism, communism, etcetera will say that: Give to those who don’t have. But Jesus says: Those who have, more shall be given to them; and those who don’t have, even that which they have shall be taken away from them. This is the fundamental law. If you are happy, more happiness comes to you. If you are joyous, you attract more joyousness. Like attracts like. If you are miserable, more misery starts moving towards you.
YOU CREATE your world. Don’t make anybody else responsible for it – it is always you who are responsible.
The Perfect Master, Vol 2
CHAPTER 7. THE LION’S ROAR
Source: Facebook Public Group, Osho Sannyasins, posted by Ravichandran Osho
This is exactly same message as the Bible tell us about, only in different words; Matthew 18:3 says: “Truly I say to you, unless you are converted and become like children, you will not enter the kingdom of heaven”. Some believe that heaven can be experienced here and now, while others believe that we have to die first …. but it is the same heaven we all seek together…
We are all one, and we are all reaching for the same goal “Love and happiness”, we only use different paths to get there.
Jesus is only one of the christs. You can become a christ, but you can never become a Jesus. You can become a buddha, but you can never become Gautam. Gautam became a buddha and YOU can become a buddha. Buddhahood is a quality, it is an experience!
“Understand the significance of love carefully. Nothing is greater than love, not even God. God is achieved through love, but love is not achieved through God. The presence of God does not guarantee love, but the presence of love will surely bring him to you. As Jesus has said, ”Love is God.” – OSHO