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Service to the poor is embraced by charities all over the world and here Osho exposes this model as one that makes the givers feel good – if not less guilty - about themselves while giving only a temporary respite to the poor and downtrodden. Osho exposes charity as “the most humiliating experience in life”, camouflaged with beautiful word like “dignity of the poor”. Only a man like Osho can point out correctly that Mother Teresa is not a saint but a hypocrite and an egomaniac. In talks like this one can see the revolutionary power of Osho’s message and the endless attacks by religious and political leaders against him that carry on even to this day, are easily understood.

©1981 OSHO International Foundation (P)2016 OSHO International Foundation

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Truth

it's the same story. Humans are deluded by their conditioning and the power that deludes them stays the same throughout history.