Osho distinguishes between anxiety and anguish. Anxiety means
a concern with a particular subject, a state of indecisiveness. Anxiety
is felt by everybody, it is a common experience.
Anguish is felt by very rare people, says Osho. Anguish is, in short,
the quest for who you are . . . In man, existence precedes essence
first one is born and then starts discovering what he or she
can be. That is anguish.
real question is who am I? And that existential question is terrible
in the beginning, painful in the beginning, but brings all the blessings
in the end. '
is one you will remember.