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"“Sufism is not concerned with knowledge. Its whole concern is love, intense, passionate love: how to fall in love with the whole, how to bridge the distance between the creation and the creator... the words are heard as one hears music; the words are heard as one hears wind blowing through the pine trees; the words are heard as one hears raindrops falling on the roof, or the roar of waves in the ocean. And while the mind is hearing the music, the heart starts absorbing the being, the presence. This is mysterious, this is a secret ceremony.” – OshoIn this book, Osho takes us step-by-step through Sufism -- How to arrive at the gentle meaning of Sufism and learn to nourish ourselves by applying it to our daily life.Osho has been described by the Sunday Times in London as one of the “100 Makers of the 20th Century” and by the American author Tom Robbins as, “The most dangerous man since Jesus Christ."The Sunday Mid-Day describes him as one of the ten people – along with Gandhi, Nehru, and Buddha -- who have changed the destiny of India.Osho defies definition. And his teachings defy categorization. His discourses on Sufism are transformational and unique.His ‘Active Meditations’ are relevant, practical and practiced throughout the world.