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Boredom – A Sign of Intelligence

Written by: OSHO
Narrated by: OSHO
Length: 2 hrs and 22 mins
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In this talk Osho is asked whether or not he is ever bored with life. In reply he says it is one of the most significant questions to be asked. He says only man can be bored; no other animal has the capacity. Boredom is a by-product of intelligence, and nothing is wrong with boredom. No animal is bored because no animal is bothered about meaning, no animal is concerned about creativity. Only idiots are not bored – or the enlightened ones, but they are few and far between. What is the secret behind boredom?
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Fantastic in the voice of osho. He is limitless.

Fantastic in the voice of the Osho. This man is limitless. Worth listening to it many times in one's life span.

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loved it. osho is always insightful and amazing.

loved it. osho is always insightful and amazing in his ways. Humour and stories keep you engaged. I must say I have never spent 3 hours on a book in a single go before.

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  • Eliska
  • 27-01-20

One of the best

Reminds me how important it is to be free from comparison thinking. Contains many humorous stories.