Thoughts for the End of Ramadan

“Suffering is not bad. If you understand it rightly, suffering is a
cleansing. If you understand it rightly, sadness has a depth to it which
no happiness can ever have. A person who is simply happy is always
superficial. A person who has not known sorrow and has not known
sadness, has not known the depths. He has not touched the bottom of his
being; he has remained just on the periphery. One has to move within
these two banks. Within these two banks flows the river.”
Osho

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