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Joy is the stuff existence is made of.
-Osho

"The existence is made out of joy. That is its very stuff. Joy is the stuff existence is made of. So whenever you are moving towards becoming more existential you will be becoming more and more full of joy, delight, for no reason at all. If you are moving into detachment, love will grow, joy will grow, only attachments will drop – because attachments bring misery, because attachments bring bondage, because attachments destroy your freedom. But if you are becoming indifferent Indifference is a pseudo-coin, it looks like detachment, but it only looks like detachment. Nothing will be growing in it. You will simply shrink and die."

To be a happy person, one has to drop all comparison. Drop all these stupid ideas of being superior and inferior. You are neither superior nor inferior. You are simply yourself! There exists no one like you, no one with whom you can be compared. Then, suddenly, you are at home.

Osho

To be a happy person, one has to drop all comparison. Drop all these stupid ideas of being superior and inferior. You are neither superior nor inferior. You are simply yourself! There exists no one like you, no one with whom you can be compared. Then, suddenly, you are at home.

Osho

I will just leave it here..

Understanding greed.

"Whenever people become very greedy they become very hurried, and go on finding more ways to gain more speed. They are continuously on the run because they think that life is running out. These are the people who say, "Time is money." Time is money? Money is very limited; time is unlimited. Time is not money, time is eternity—it has always been there and will always be there. And you have always been here and you will always be here. 

So drop greed, and don’t be bothered about the result. Sometimes it happens that because of your impatience, you miss many things. Man is full if he is in tune with the universe; if he is not in tune with the universe then he is empty, utterly empty. And out of that emptiness comes greed. Greed is to fill it—with money, with houses, with furniture, with friends, with lovers, with anything—because one cannot live as emptiness. It is horrifying, it is a ghost life. 

If you are empty and there is nothing inside you, it is impossible to live. To have the feeling that you have much inside you, there are only two ways: either you get in tune with the universe… Then you are filled with the whole, with all the flowers and with all the stars. They are within you just as they are without you. That is real fulfillment. 

But if you don’t do that—and millions of people are not doing that—then the easiest way is to fill it with any junk. Greed simply means you are feeling a deep emptiness and you want to fill it with anything possible, it doesn’t matter what it is. And once you understand it, then you have nothing to do with greed. 

You have something to do with coming into communion with the whole, so the inner emptiness disappears. And with it, all greed disappears. But there are mad people all over the world, and they are collecting things to fill their emptiness. Somebody is collecting money although he never uses it. People are eating; they are not feeling hungry and still they go on swallowing. They know that this is going to create suffering, they will be sick, but they cannot prevent themselves. This eating is also a filling-up process. So there can be many ways to fill emptiness, although it is never full—it remains empty, and you remain miserable because it is never enough. More is needed, and the more and the demand for more is unending. 

You have to understand the emptiness that you are trying to fill, and ask the question, “Why am I empty? The whole existence is so full, why am I empty? Perhaps I have lost track—I am no longer moving in the same direction, I am no longer existential. That is the cause of my emptiness.” 

So be existential. Let go, and move closer to existence in silence and peace, in meditation. And one day you will see you are so full—overfull, overflowing—of joy, of blissfulness, of benediction. You have so much of it that you can give it to the whole world and yet it will not be exhausted. That day, for the first time you will not feel any greed—for money, for food, for things, for anything. 

You will live naturally, and whatever is needed you will find it.”

OSHO
#2, Aloneness is the last achievement
From book : Yoga : The Supreme Science

"People have faced death laughing and happy, but you sit with long faces, sad and miserable even as you face life. This is a wrong way. A person who is full of enmity cannot go on the spiritual journey. For the spiritual journey cheerfulness is needed; for the spiritual journey you need a spirit full of bliss.

So be cheerful all the time. These are just habits, sadness is just a habit that you have formed. Cheerfulness is also a habit that you can form. To support cheerfulness you have to look at the aspects of life, which are full of light, not darkness. 

If I tell you that I have a friend who sings very beautifully or plays the flute very beautifully, you will say, “Maybe, but how can this man play the flute when we have seen him drinking in the pub?”, if I tell you that this friend plays the flute very beautifully, you will say to me, “How can this be when we have seen him drinking alcohol in the pub?” this is supporting darkness. If I tell you, “This is my friend, he drinks alcohol, “ and you say to me, “Maybe so, but he also plays the flute very beautifully!”, this is looking on the bright side of life. 

Someone who wants to be happy will look on the bright side, someone who wants to be happy will see that there is one night between two days, and someone who wants to feel miserable will see that there is one day between two nights.

The way we look at life has a direct affect on what develops inside us. So don’t look at the dark side of life, look at the bright side of life.”

OSHO
#5, Understanding Emotions
From Book: The Path Of Meditation: A Step by Step Guide To Meditation