Yes, it is absolutely inevitable. It can’t be otherwise.
A Buddha is bound to be misunderstood
If a Buddha is not misunderstood then he is not a Buddha at all. Why is it so?
…because the Buddha lives in a state which is beyond mind, and we live in minds. To translate something from the beyond to the mind is the most impossible thing in the world. It cant be done, although every Buddha has tried to do it.
That too is inevitable; no Buddha can avoid it.
Your society teaches you to be blind because the society needs blind people
They are good slaves because they are always dependent on the leaders, politicians, pundits, priests. They are very convenient people, they never create any trouble. They are never rebels.
They are obedient, always ready to submit to any kind of nonsense, to any stupid politician, to any stupid priest.
~This post (C) OSHO International Foundation
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