... but the people are retarded
not my clip just reuploaded ;)
What is this clip from? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCQoukZvvFo (0:55 - 1:20)
Who is this guy?
Hi there! I am glad that we both enjoy Osho quotes. In order to preserve the historical and comedic value of the clip, I refrained from adding in-video commentary. Instead, I will explain this clip here, in the video description.
This clip features Osho, an Indian spiritual teacher who was born as Rajneesh Chandra Mohan in 1931 and passed away in 1990. He is considered one of the most controversial spiritual teachers of the 20th century, known for his revolutionary teachings that combined Eastern spirituality and Western individualism.
Osho's teachings emphasized the importance of meditation, mindfulness, and self-discovery as a means to achieving spiritual liberation. He encouraged his followers to embrace their desires and to challenge societal norms, which sometimes led to criticism and controversy.
Despite the controversy surrounding Osho and his communes, his teachings continue to inspire many people around the world. He is regarded as one of the most innovative spiritual teachers of the 20th century, and his books on spirituality, meditation, and personal growth remain popular. Osho's legacy is also reflected in the growth of meditation and mindfulness practices in the Western world, and his teachings continue to influence new generations of spiritual seekers.
The clip is from one of Osho's televised speeches, and his dynamic speaking style and thought-provoking ideas helped to popularize his teachings and encourage people to seek their own truth. His talks covered a wide range of topics including spirituality, religion, philosophy, psychology, and politics.
In conclusion, Osho's teachings continue to inspire and influence people around the world, and his legacy is reflected in the growth of meditation and mindfulness practices in the Western world. This clip is just a small part of his many dynamic and thought-provoking speeches, which continue to be widely available today.
This clip was from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCQoukZvvFo (0:55 - 1:20), one of Osho's televised speeches from 1981. I highly recommend checking out the OSHO International channel and the 2018 series, "Wild Wild Country" for more content on Osho!