It is now six months or so since the first case of the novel coronavirus infected a human being. It has turned out to be a kind of “stress test” for both individuals and the societies we have created.
Anyone familiar with Osho’s views on what is crippling the contemporary world of humans, and the beliefs they share, will see his early warnings everywhere in this pandemic.
Perhaps the most obvious lesson is the price we are paying for ignoring his simple guidance about nature:
“Religion’s crimes are many, innumerable, but the worst crime is that it has placed man at the center of existence. …