Meditation’s ultimate conclusion is live the moment to its totality, intensively, joyously, because there is nothing to be feared; because even death is a fiction. There is no need for any security, for any safety. Live moment to moment, trusting the whole existence as the birds are trusting it, as the trees are trusting it. Don’t separate yourself from existence, become part of it and existence will take care of you. It is already taking care of you.
A traveling salesman, completing a trip earlier than anticipated, sent his wife a telegram: “Returning home Friday.”
Arriving home, he found his wife in bed with another man.
Being a person of nonviolence, he complained to his father-in-law, who said, “I’m sure there must be an explanation.”
The next day the father-in-law was all smiles when he met his son-in-law. “There was an explanation,” he said, “she did not get your telegram.”
Osho, The New Dawn, #26