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NO MIND: THE FLOWERS OF ETERNITY

Chapter 10: When I call you my friends, I mean it

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Question 1
Maneesha has asked a question:
BELOVED ZORBA THE BUDDHA,
YOU ADDRESS US AS "MY BELOVED FRIENDS." CAN WE REALLY BE YOUR FRIENDS OR DO YOU CALL US SUCH OUT OF YOUR GENEROSITY OF HEART?

Maneesha, "generosity of heart" will be a humiliation to you, it will be insulting. When I call you my friends, I mean it.
I would have loved to call you something even better, but English does not have something better. Urdu has it: Mehre mehbub -- My Love, My Beloved One.
Remember the words -- Mehre mehbub.
I say to you, My Friends, My Loves, My Beloved Ones. I mean it. It is not generosity of the heart. Do you understand me? Generosity of the heart will be insulting to you, and I cannot insult you in any way. I love you. Mehre mehbub.

It is time for Sardar Gurudayal Singh.

Mrs. Feigenbaum is having a nap one afternoon when she is awoken by the sounds of loud banging and groaning from downstairs. She creeps fearfully to the staircase and looks over. In the hallway below, she spies her seven-year-old son, Rubin, with a sex manual in his hand. He is standing on the head of six-year-old Ruthie from next door. Both of the kids are naked.
"I don't understand what has gone wrong," says Rubin. "This book says, `Take off your clothes.' We did that. Then it says, `The man gets on top of the woman.' I did that" -- he's standing on her head! -- "`The man gets on top of the woman.' I did that. Where's all the fun in it?"
"I don't know," replies Ruthie, "all I know is, I have got a headache!"

Newton Hooton goes into the "Hog on Ice" restaurant and orders a glass of water. As Walter the waiter puts the glass on the table, Newton picks it up and throws it in his face.
"Ah! I am terribly sorry," says Newton. "I suffer from a rare tropical disease called the `Heebie Jeebies' and it makes me do all sorts of weird things. Of course I am always really embarrassed later."
"Well, that's okay," says Walter, drying his face. "But I think you ought to go and see my psychiatrist friend, Doctor Feelgood."
A few weeks later, Newton Hooton comes back into the "Hog On Ice" and orders a glass of water from Walter. Walter brings the water and places it in front of Newton, and gets the water thrown right back into his face.
"I told you to go and see a shrink!" shouts the waiter.
"I did," replies Newton.
"Well, it didn't do any good, did it?" rages Walter.
"Yes it did," replies Newton, "because now I don't feel at all embarrassed!"

Rabbi Nussbaum and Rabbi Feldman go to the tailor shop owned by Marcus Pinkus and request two black suits. Pinkus hands each rabbi a suit.
"Are you sure these are black and not midnight blue?" asks Rabbi Nussbaum, peering closely at the material.
"Absolutely black, fit for a rabbi!" replies Marcus Pinkus. "Not a trace of blue."
So the two rabbis buy the suits and start to walk up the street.
"You know," says Rabbi Feldman, "I'm a bit worried that these suits from Marcus Pinkus aren't really black."
Just then, two nuns approach.
"Quick!" says Nussbaum. "Open the package and compare the suit to the nuns' habit. Nuns always wear pure black, so we'll know for sure!"
Feldman takes out the coat and, as the nuns walk by, he says, "Sister, could you tell me what time it is?"
As she looks at her watch, Feldman quickly places the coat next to her shoulder to make the comparison.
When the nuns reach the convent, the Mother Superior asks if they have anything to report.
"Yes," says one. "We met two men who looked like Jews but who spoke Latin."
"Latin?" asks the Mother Superior. "Since when do Jews speak Latin?"
"Well," says the nun, "I clearly heard one of them exclaim, `Marcus Pinkus Fucktus!'"

Nivedano...

(Drumbeat)

(Gibberish)

Nivedano...

(Drumbeat)

Be silent. Close your eyes. Feel your body to be completely frozen.
This is the right moment to look inwards -- with your total life force, total consciousness. With an urgency as if this moment is going to be the last moment of your life. With such urgency, it takes just a split second to reach to the center, and at the center you are the buddha.

This beautiful moment...
Ten thousand buddhas utterly silent
and centered in themselves...
Just witnessing that the body is not your being, the mind is not you. Your only quality, your eternal quality is that of a witness. And when I say you are a buddha, I simply mean you are a witness. This witnessing brings the spring into your being.

To make it more clear,

Nivedano...

(Drumbeat)

Relax.
Rest.
Just keep watching, witnessing.
Slowly slowly, your consciousnesses merge and the Buddha Auditorium becomes a lake without any ripples -- of pure awareness, consciousness, witnessing.
And in the depth of your being arises the spring.

Such a cool, fragrant breeze.
Flowers and flowers all around --
flowers of eternity,
flowers of love,
flowers of immortality.
Collect as many as you can, and persuade the buddha to come along with you.
The buddha is nobody's monopoly. It is nobody's copyright. It is everybody's innermost being. You don't have to be a Buddhist to be a buddha. To be a buddha transcends all concepts of religions; it is everybody's birthright. Persuade it to come along with you, to your daily activities, so everything in your life becomes a meditation, a grace, a beauty, a benediction.

Nivedano...

(Drumbeat)

Come back, remembering you are a buddha. Remembering the grace, the beauty, the silence. Sit for a few moments just to recollect the golden path that you have traveled just now.
And in your day-to-day life remember as much as possible -- without creating any tension and anxiety, in a relaxed and restful way -- that your every act becomes the act of one who is awakened, of one who has tasted his innermost being.
I want thousands of buddhas around the world, and not a single Buddhist.
I teach you the buddha, but not Buddhism. I hate all `isms', all religions. My love is for your eternity, your immortal being.
I have called that immortal being within you, "Mehre mehbub" -- My Love, My Friend, My Beloved One.

Okay, Maneesha?
Yes, Zorba The Buddha.

 

 

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