Selections from letters OSHO wrote to a friend during his travels around India in his earlier days.
Through vignettes of scenes he witnesses – children playing on a river with paper boats, the movement of a bullock cart, an earthen lamp being extinguished, a storm striking a village, sunrise and sunset, the life and death of a flower – OSHO draws parallels to illuminate our inner world.
'What's impressive about this small book, which is rapidly rising on the bestseller lists, is its understandability. In his time [OSHO] was considered a rascal. But reading him today, what he says looks simply true. Yesterday he was shocking, today we understand him, as if the things he says we had always known.'
Elle Magazine, England