What We Should Do

“Don’t seek, don’t search, don’t ask, don’t knock, don’t demand – relax.”

                               -Osho

 

What We Should Do

We should learn to be in the now.

Tomorrow is not assured.

Be honest about how you feel.

Be appalled at what is outrageously appalling, disgusting, and revolting.

If you are not willing to say, “Enough is enough!”

Then do not search for the truth.

 

We should learn to be still.

Calmly claiming peace.

Sensibly seeking stillness.

Watching wistfully at what is.

Because what is, is.

 

We should learn to question calmly.

Take a stand firmly,

Believe in the power of one.

 

We have to learn to relax.

No matter what happens.

No matter who says what.

Relax.

Relax.

“Happiness, not in another place

but this place . . .

not for another hour,

but this hour.”

This moment, now, belongs to all of us.

 

 

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