There is no need of judging people – Osho

There is no need of Judging people;
you have to understand why you judge and how you judge..

You can only judge behavior because only behavior is available.
You cannot judge the person because the person is hiding behind,
the person is a mystery.

Your judgment shows something about you,
nothing about the person you have judged
because his history remains unavailable to you.

All contexts are lost, there is just a momentary flash-
and your interpretation will be your interpretation.
It will show something about you.
Seeing this, judging disappears.



They decked you with flowers
Crowned you with gold
Laid marble at your feet

They have covered your body
With the finest silks
Burnt the most fragrant incense sticks
Worshipped you with aartis
Singing loud enough to wake up the world

The prasadam is as rich
As your king’s own meal

Poor me,
I do not think
I am fit enough
To be your devotee

But let me tell you
In spite of the glitter
You look beautiful, my Lord.

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Victory in defeat

I give in
Once more

You win, Lord
At your petty games
Oh yes, I am human
Destined to give in
To your greater wisdom
Your might
Your will

And why not?
I have neither the power
Nor the arms
To hit back
At your destiny

And therefore
I the mortal
I the vanquished
I the worshipper
Stand at your altar
Ready to be sacrificed again

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They who call you an idol
Do they know
Their own reality is suspect?

They, who apply vermilion
By parting their hair
What do they know
What being wedded means?

They who have never tasted
The nectar of your love
What do they know
Of drinking poison?

They have heard only
The call of your temples
What do they know
Of the calling?

They, who have mastered
The mantras by rote
What do they know of
The pangs of Mira’s heart?

Krsna, What do they know?

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Quotes – Lord Krishna by Osho

Krishna is the only person in the whole history of human consciousness who is tremendously in love with life, with the poetry of life, with the music of life, with the dance of life. He is not at all life-negative, he is very affirmative. And he accepts life as it is; he does not put god and the world as opposites.

Krishna is far closer to life. The flute is the symbol of life. Dressed beautifully, standing in a dancing posture, the flute in his hands on his lips, it looks like he is going to sing a song at any moment. He looks so alive, and he is wearing a beautiful crown of flowers with peacock feathers. This is far truer to life. That’s how life is. It is tremendous joy.