PARENT AND CHILD

Biology gives you orgasm; that is the most precious gift from blind biology. You can use those moments of freedom, melt­ ing. disappearing, for meditation. There is no better space from which to jump into meditation than orgasm. Two lovers feeling one soul in two bodies… everything has stopped for the moment, even time has stopped. There are no thoughts, the mind has stopped. You are in your simple isness. Those are the little spaces from where you can get beyond biology.
All that you have to know is that this is what meditation is: timelessness, egolessness, silence, blissfulness, an all-pervading joy, overwhelming ecstasy.

Once you know that it can happen in your aloneness too, you just have to fulfill those conditions. My own under­ standing is that man came to know about meditation through sexual or­ gasm, because in life there is no other moment that comes so close to med­ itativeness.

The drop is the existential proof of the ocean. Biology is far more compassionate than your churches, synagogues, temples, and mosques.
Biology is your nature, it has nothing but compassion for you. It has given you everything pos­ sible that is needed to go higher, to reach to a supernatural state.
you talk about meditation but you will have to give some existential proof in human life; otherwise, people will understand only words. You will have to give them something that can make them aware of what is possible—love made without any guilt, with­ out any hurry, without thinking that you are doing something wrong. You will be doing the best and the most right thing in the world.

You give birth to a child according to your state of love. If a parent is disappointed he should think about it, that this is the child he deserved.
a child who is born out of meditation cannot be conditioned; he will rebel against it. Only mediocre people can be conditioned.

And when you love a person, you cannot condition him. When you love a person, you give him freedom, you give him protection. When you love a person, you would not like him to be just a carbon copy of yourself, you would like him to be a unique individual. And to make him unique you will arrange all the con­ ditions, all the challenges that provoke his potential.

You will not burden him with knowledgeabilitv. because you would like him to know the truth himself. Any borrowed truth is a lie. Unless it is experienced by you, it is never the truth.

everybody is liv­ ing in despair—God or no God, de­ spair is a reality. It is self-destruction. If you love your child, you will help him rejoice, laugh, enjoy, dance. But
just the opposite is being done.

A child who is not conditioned is in many ways embarrassing to the parents. Even if it brings embarrassment, there is no harm. Their child is growing into a unique being.
They will help him be a seeker, not a believer.
searching, seeking, inquiring is his religion. Beliefs stop all inquiry.

a child who has been given freedom—even against his own parents—will respect you forever, will remain grateful to you forever.