Archive for July 11th, 2010

Osho, whose real name is Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, is credited for bridging certain gaps in faiths to the modern times. 

Here he says that god is a dead word, which recalls Nietzsche’sGod is dead,” interpreted by Joseph Campbell as “Symbols are dead.”  The old symbols no longer hold the same magic for the new generations, and “god” has been charged with so much political meanings that it no longer serves the purpose of bridging them to their best selves, or the best part of the human being.  

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