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Don't Have Wrong Views
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All views are wrong. Life should be lived without views, life should be lived in immediate contact with reality. But if it is not possible, then at least don't have wrong views. What are wrong views? Views which are rooted in prejudice, hate, anger, greed, ambition, violence.

If you cannot do something beautiful in the world, at least don't do something ugly. The highest possibility is to live without any views, to just live, just be. The second best is to at least drop the negative part and follow the positive. And slowly, slowly, you will see that if you can drop the negative, the positive can also be dropped. In fact the negative is more difficult to drop than the positive.

From The Book of Wisdom : Discourses on Atisha`s Seven Points of Mind Training, by Osho
Used by kind permission of Osho Foundation International

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