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  1. When I was living in society I have uncountable friends, but now I live alone.
  2. Truth liberates. Nothing else liberates. If truth can't give you freedom, blissfulness, love, it is a deception.
  3. I have experienced life in all possible ways, I have seen all heaven and hell of life, that's why I am seeking eternal truth.
  4. Jesus must be rolling over in his grave !
  5. I hope, one day you will learn.
  6. Why celibacy ? Is their God a sadist ?
  7. Then why prophets, popes, priests, nuns, monks remained unmarried, were they not intelligent enough to live happily in a married life ? or their God becomes unhappy when they live happily ?
  8. @Loreena Nobody has courage to speak the truth, marriage is a social need, so nobody speaks about it honestly. Society don't want rebels,society wants slaves, which can be manipulated easily.
  9. Because enlightenment is a death,and we are not ready to die, it is not a physical death every-time , but it is always a psychological death.
  10. If love is dies, then what remains ? Then marriage is a permanent kind of prostitution; deep down, it is not different. Hence marriage and prostitution have both existed together.If you go into it, it is marriage that has created prostitution. And prostitution will never disappear from the world unless marriage disappears; it is the shadow of marriage. In fact prostitutes have been saving marriage. It is a safety measure so the man can go once in a while, just for a change, to any other woman, a prostitute, and save his marriage and its permanency.
  11. Marriage is a hell, but sometimes people need it. What to do? So I have to tell them to get into marriage. They need to pass through the hell of it, and they cannot understand the hell of it unless they pass through it. I am not saying that in marriage love cannot grow; it can grow, but there is no necessity for it. I am not saying that in love marriage cannot grow; it can grow, but there is no necessity, no logical necessity in it.
  12. Sex can be a need, love can be a need, living in a bondage using law, court, police can't be a need.
  13. Marriage is something against nature. Marriage is an imposition, an invention of man – certainly out of necessity, but now even that necessity is out of date. It was a necessary evil in the past, but now it can be dropped. And it should be dropped: man has suffered enough for it, more than enough. It is an ugly institution for the simple reason that love cannot be legalized. Love and law are contradictory phenomena. Love is creative, marriage is destructive. But love is not dependable: this moment it may be there and the next moment gone. And man wants permanent things; he is obsessed with permanent things. He wants security, safety, he wants to cling. Hence love is not reliable, so he created marriage. Once two persons are tied together freedom is lost and anger arises. When freedom is lost everything becomes ugly. Love means that freedom remains intact: marriage means that freedom has been dropped. You have bargained for permanence, for security, and you have paid for it with freedom. Jesus. Mahavira, Lao Tzu Chuang Tzu, they all remained unmarried. Buddha left his family , they lived blissfully, I think there was no internet two thousand years ago.
  14. @Sidi Only long distance relationship can work. The happiest lovers are those who never meet. One of the great poets of India, Rabindranath Tagore, has written a book. THE LAST POEM is the name of the book, but it is not a book of poetry; it is a novel. The hero and heroine are in deep love, they want to get married, but the uniqueness of it is that the heroine has agreed to marry him only on one condition: that they will not live in the same house. They are very rich people and the woman suggests, "You can make a house on the other side of the lake. We will not invite each other; we will be meeting accidentally. Once in a while I may be boating, you may be boating; or I may be walking around the lake or you may be walking, but I want it to be accidental - and once in a while, not every day. I want to long for it, I want to wait for it, and I don't want to destroy it by having too much of it. I love you." The man cannot understand. He says, "This is nonsense. If you love me... what you are suggesting, no lover has ever suggested. Lovers don't want to be separate even for a single moment. And what kind of love is this? - that I will be living far away on the other side of the lake. It is miles distant and you cannot invite me, I cannot invite you. We are married but we have to meet like strangers once in a while by chance, not by arrangement." The woman said, "If you cannot understand it, then I am not for you." What the woman is saying is perfectly true. If every lover had understood it, life would have been a very joyful experience. But lovers cling; they want to be together twenty-four hours a day. And they destroy something beautiful because they don't give a rest. It becomes a burden rather than a joy.
  15. Every seeker is in this situation: you don't know what you are seeking, you don't know what the goal is, you don't know where you are going, why you are going. A deep urge is there, that is right: a deep thirst is there, that is right. But you have never tasted that for which this thirst exists. You move, you grope -- when suddenly it happens, you will be troubled. Jesus said : When he finds he will become agitated, when he become agitated, he will be astounded, and he will reign over the all. Either we can trust Jesus and other masters, or we can turn our back and escape. It is a great gamble. When we grow spiritually, and don't escape from sufferings, we transcend them. Life becomes more and more blissful. So, we can trust enlightened masters that infinity contains blissfulness, not suffering.