Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder

What Happened to the Sense of Wonder I Felt as a Child?
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Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder looks to each person’s last state of innocence -- the childhood -- to recover the ability to truly be curious.
Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder looks to each person’s last state of innocence -- the childhood -- to recover the ability to truly be curious.

Excerpt from: Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder, Chapter 1
"When there is no possibilty of knowing, your energy does not move in that direction anymore. When you have realized that there is no possibilty of knowing, that the mystery is going to remain a mystery, that it cannot be demystified, your energy starts moving in a new direction – the direction of the heart. Thats why i say love is related to wonder and awe, to childlike innocence. When you are not obsessed with knowledge you become loving." Osho
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Type コンピレーション
Publisher St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN-13 978-0312595456
Number of Pages 208