“Millions of people miss meditation because meditation has taken on a wrong connotation. It looks very serious, looks gloomy, has something of the church in it, looks as if it is only for people who are dead, or almost dead, who are gloomy, serious, have long faces, who have lost festivity, fun, playfulness, celebration. These are the qualities of meditation. 

“A really meditative person is playful; 
life is fun for him, 
life is a leela, a play. 

“He enjoys it tremendously. He is not serious. He is relaxed.”

Osho, Ancient Music in the Pines, Talk #7

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