OSHO: I Always Thought that I Loved Somebody





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Published on Mar 6, 2010

OSHO: I Always Thought that I Loved Somebody

Osho, a contemporary mystic speaks on virtually every aspect of human consciousness. In these talks, the human condition, whether the mind, the heart, love or awareness is exposed with humor and insight, as never before.

In this talk, 'I Always thought That I Loved Somebody', Osho with his singular perspective, points out, amongst his other insights, that love is not a commodity but a quality of being.

"The basic fallacy that you are carrying within you is that you always loved somebody.
This is one of the most significant things about all human beings; their love is always for somebody, it is addressed -- and the moment you address your love, you destroy it. It is as if you are saying, "I will breathe only for you -- and when you are not there, then how can I breathe?"

This video is available for translation as part of the 'OSHO TALKS Video Translation Project'.
Join the project as a translator at: http://www.oshotalks.info


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