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Osho, an Indian guru, also known as the Rāyniš, remained remembered for wise advice, sayings and teachings.

He has long described the human need for love in a completely different way to those familiar to us.

Read and Think:

“You want someone to love you, and if someone loves you,  you feel good.

But what you do not know is that others want you  just because they want you to love them too.

It’s just like when someone throws a bait for fish:  he does not throw it to eat fish , he throws a bait to catch them. He does not want to give food to fish, but he does it because he wants to catch them.

All the people around you see that they are in love, they just  throw a bait to catch love.

They will be mom at a moment while the other person does not start to feel that there is an  opportunity to get love here.

Then he will show love,  while the two do not realize that they are beggars.

They made a mistake: everyone thought that the other person was a king. At some point, the two realize that they have not received love from the other, and then there are hostilities.

Because of this, marital life is thought to be hell , because you all love, but you do not know how to give it. It is the main cause of all conflicts. Until what happens to you, the relationship between a man and a woman  will never be harmonious,  no matter what kind of harmony you make, no matter what kind of marriage you will have, no matter what rules a society will impose on you.

The only way to make the relationship better is to realize that love can only be given, and not be sought. It can only be given. Anything to receive  is a blessing, it is not a reward for love.

Love is given and everything you receive is only a blessing,  it is not a reward.  Even if you do not receive anything, you are always happy to be able to give.

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  Osho, an Indian guru, also known as the Rāyniš, remained remembered for wise advice, sayings and teachings. He has long described the human need for love in a completely different way to those familiar to us. Read and Think: 'You want someone to love you, and if someone loves you,  you feel good. But...