Quotes from Moral, Immoral, Amoral: What Is Right and What Is Wrong?

Osho ·  208 pages

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“All that you call sin is nothing but mistakes. And mistakes are the way of learning. Those people who never commit mistakes are the most stupid people,”
― Osho, quote from Moral, Immoral, Amoral: What Is Right and What Is Wrong?


“A morality that comes with effort is immoral. A morality that comes without effort is the only morality there is.”
― Osho, quote from Moral, Immoral, Amoral: What Is Right and What Is Wrong?


“You cannot step in the same river twice,” because it is always flowing.”
― Osho, quote from Moral, Immoral, Amoral: What Is Right and What Is Wrong?


“Consciousness is yours. Conscience is given by the society.”
― Osho, quote from Moral, Immoral, Amoral: What Is Right and What Is Wrong?


“Cultivation means you will be creating something around yourself which you are not.”
― Osho, quote from Moral, Immoral, Amoral: What Is Right and What Is Wrong?



About the author

Osho
Born place: in Kuchwada, Madhya Pradesh, India
Born date December 11, 1931
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