Osho–an enlightened being called Zorba the Buddha by some–offended many people.
Why is that? He said, “I am not a messiah, and I am not a missionary. And I am not here to establish a church or to give a doctrine to the world, a new religion, no. My effort is totally different: a new consciousness not a new religion, a new consciousness not a new doctrine.”
What were his teachings? What is to offend? What is your opinion?
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